Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Pottery Identification - a more in-depth guide to Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Pottery found in Cambridgeshire. Roman Pottery Identification - a more in-depth guide to Roman pottery types found in Cambridgeshire. Me.val Pottery Identification - a more in-depth guide to Me.val pottery .IDENTIFYING YOUR FINDS: IDENTIFYING YOUR FINDS: Look for signs of how the pot was made. Roman pottery. This is part of the base of a Roman Grey Ware vessel. Saxon/Viking pottery. A common decorative feature on 14th and 15th -century pots was the addition of a plaque of clay bearing the representation of a human face..Pottery identification is a valuable aid to dating of archaeological sites. Pottery is usually the most common find and potsherds are more stable than organic materials and metals. As pottery techniques and fashions have evolved so it is often possible to be very specific in terms of date and source. This Jigsaw introduction to .