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NEWTON KYME VICUS

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The monument includes a Roman Vicus which lies to the south of the Roman forts at Newton Kyme. To the south of the larger fort the buried remains of a wide road extend south for at least 550 metres. This road formed the focus for the vicus and is flanked on each side by the remains of a series of buildings, rectangular enclosures, ditches and trackways extending over an area of 15 hectares.

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