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COMPTON GROVE ROMAN VILLA

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The site of a Roman corridor villa excavated in 1931 when it was found to have a hypocaust. Finds have included stamped tiles, coins, pottery of the 3rd and 4th centuries, glass, nails, oyster shells and animal bones. The site is now visible as a series of building platforms and a wide scatter of brick and tile fragments. Scheduled.

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