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MONUMENT NO. 344783

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A Roman stone and timber building was excavated in 1964 which had been destroyed by fire. Coin hoard, 44 burials, a ditch and Medieval finds including 11th to 12th century pottery and a 13th century jug were found. The Roman pottery indicates a 3rd to 4th century date. A Roman coin hoard (dated AD 360-65 by the Ashmolean Museum) was found in July 1962. There were 251 loose coins and a corroded mass of an estimated 400 coins. The hoard is in the possession of the Bletchley Arch Soc.

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