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MONUMENT NO. 1143684

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A vicus, or town, was established to the west of, and associated with, Caister Roman Fort in the early 3rd century, at around the time that the fort was built. The settlement developed to serve the needs of those stationed at the fort and was comprised of traders, craftsmen, shops and inns.

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