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CAUSENNAE ROMAN TOWN

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  ANCASTER
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The earthwork remains of a Roman town; it was fortified in the 3rd century AD, the defences are still partially visible. Excavations uncovered rare fan-shaped towers which formed part of the town's defences. It was preceded by an Iron Age settlement indicated by finds and a Roman (Claudian) fort.

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