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MONUMENT NO. 207977

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Site of a Roman villa discovered in 1710 or 1711 in the vicinity of Hazelbury House. The villa was described as being 184 feet long and featuring a tessellated pavement. In 1972, it was reported that stone and tile fragments could be seen concentrated in a small area, with the site of the villa possibly represented by a rectangular terrace cut into the west-facing slope and possibly connected with slight earthwork banks. Air photographs suggest the presence of a square enclosure and a curvilinear enclosure, partially overlapping. A possible rectangular enclosure is also visible.

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