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MONUMENT NO. 228060

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Excavation in 1897 uncovered the remains of a Roman building and bath-house, possibly a villa; the site is marked by a scatter of building debris. A Roman 4th century pewter hoard, some items of which were marked with christian symbols, chi rho, and one inscribed with the name 'Vitrici' (i.e. of Vitricius) is suggested to have belonged to Vitricius, bishop of Rouen in the early 5th century. A coin hoard contained in lead vessels was also found in the area in the 18th century.

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