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MONUMENT NO. 237389

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The site of a Roman villa at Well House Farm, first excavated during the 1820s and 1830s and again in 1861. A number of buildings with walls were uncovered, along with mosaic floors and a plain tessellated pavement. Finds included a large quantity of pottery and animal bones, plus some coins, fibulae and other objects of bronze and iron.

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