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MONUMENT NO. 325510

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The site of a Roman villa at Stainby was discovered by workmen in 1815 while quarrying stone for repairs to a road. They found traces of walls, "a bath", a tessellated pavement, a hypocaust, plus tiles and coins. Both Scott and Whitwell refer to air photograph evidence for the villa, though neither give a source. Air photographs examined by RCHME in 1996 contained no indications of the villa.

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