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MONUMENT NO. 391328

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A Roman bath house with hypocaust was excavated by Ipswich Museum at Farnham in 1971. Finds included coins of the late 3rd to 4th centuries, pottery, wall plaster and window glass. The site is listed in Scott's gazetteer of Roman villas, although no associated buildings were located. However, further debris has been noted in the vicinity, including a quantity of bloomery slag and some tiles. The possibility has been raised that a Roman tile kiln existed at the site.

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