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MONUMENT NO. 222138

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Site of a Roman winged-corridor villa and associated buildings and enclosures, now visible as cropmarks but partially excavated in 1890 by EH Goddard. Finds included parts of a red and white tessellated pavement, painted wall plaster, bricks, flue tiles, oyster shells, coins and pottery. Some burnt foundations, possibly belonging to a hypocaust are also mentioned, as is what may be part of a road leading to the villa. Finds are in Devizes Museum.

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