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CAUSENNIS ROMAN SETTLEMENT

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CAVSENNIS
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The site of a Roman settlement with evidence for bronze working and pottery kilns. Building remains recorded from the site include wall footings, roofing tiles, coloured wall plaster, window glass and a column capital. Wells were also discovered and a seventeen foot wide roadway observed at the south-east of the site. Finds including Early Medieval shield bosses and a scramasax, a Neolithic axe, and a Bronze Age rapier were also present.

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