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MONUMENT NO. 352988

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The site of a possible Roman villa visible as cropmarks and mapped by RCHME from air photographs in 1994, 1996 and 2000. The cropmarks lie on either side of the River Bain and represent a large double-ditched enclosure with internal subdivisions and containing a villa. Scatters of Romano-British artefacts have been recovered from the area, including roofing tiles and potsherds. A hoard of over 800 Roman coins (ranging from Gallienus to Diocletian, AD 253-305) was found in 1957 along with two silver rings.

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