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MONUMENT NO. 41302

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Masonry indicative of a bath house and a Roman inscription indicating rebuilding in AD 363-6 were found in 1812. In 1973 excavations revealed the remains of a Roman stone bath house building, with hypocaust substantially intact, which had replaced earlier timber structures. The discovery of column drums and painted wall plasters indicate that this may be the principal bath house of the Vicus (SD 46 SE 48). An uninscribed altar was also found.

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