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MONUMENT NO. 373695

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Site of a Roman corridor villa dating from 1st to 4th century AD; excavated in 1853 and 1971-3. The main building, a detached bath house, corn driers and a barn (possibly of pre-Boudiccan date) were uncovered; the barn was later converted to residential use with the addition of a hypocaust, painted wall plaster and a water supply. Enclosures were also uncovered. Roman occupation of the lasted from the 1st to the 4th century AD. A Neolithic flint working site and an Iron Age round houses and enclosures were also excavated.

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