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IXWORTH ROMAN FORT

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The site of a Roman fort at Ixworth. It was probably built in response to the Boudiccan revolt and was only in use till the end of the 1st century AD. A civilian settlement (possible Roman Small Town) then took over the site. The remains of a water tower were also discovered. All archaeological features beneath the road, including the remains of the water tower, are presumed to have been destroyed by the construction of this road.

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