Een raadselachtige Romeinse koepeloven uit Hengelo (Ov.)
A mysterious Roman kiln from Hengelo (province of Overijssel). In Hengelo (province of Overijssel) a rural settlement was excavated by SOB Research, and the pottery was studied by the author. The pottery belongs in the Rhein-Weser-Germanische tradition and dates mainly from the 1st and 2nd centuries AD. The fill of a well contained not only a huge number of potsherds and other archaeological material, but also fragments of a kiln. Considering the fabric of the clay, the absence of signs of a very high oven temperature, the absence of soot, the S-shaped profile of the dome and its relative height and narrowness, it is argued that the kiln was used for processing smoked or dried meat.