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MONUMENT NO. 325463

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The site of a possible Roman villa recorded by William Stukeley in his diaries in 1739 and 1740. He located the villa near the `fine and remarkable spring' at Stoke [Stoke Rochford or South Stoke]. The location is thought to be close to the springhead in Stoke Rochford Park. Foundations, bricks, mosaics and coins are reported to have been found. Field investigations in 1965 did not locate any traces of this feature.

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