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WILLINGTON COURT ROMAN VILLA

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The remains of a Roman villa were discovered at Willington Court in 1968. Excavation revealed the southern end of a stone-robbed rectangular block or wing with hypocaust and mosaic floor. The site is now visible as a slight platform. There is an extensive scatter of brick, hypocaust, roofing tile, tesserae and pottery. The site was previously thought to contain the remains of the deserted medieval village of Hanley. Further surveys were conducted in 2009, and results suggest a probable 2-winged Roman villa.

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