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BLACKPATCH

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Middle Bronze Age enclosure containing at least one round house. The single round house excavated contained a number of pits and a quantity of pottery along with the skeleton of a lamb or kid, apparently buried between two of the post holes. Also revealed were two depressions located close to the entrance to the enclosure, one inside and one outside. These were possibly ponds and finds from the one feature excavated included Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman pottery, flint implements and an Iron Age coin.

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