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MONUMENT NO. 405216

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331 Lime Street, site of Lloyd's new building, 1951-2. Traces of a substantial ragstone building, with a room heated by a hypocaust at the northern end, were recorded. Near the S.W. corner of the site i.e. at the corner of Lime Street and Fenchurch Avenue, were pavements of coarse red tesserae. The building seems to have been destroyed by fire after A.D. 350. There was some evidence of a last first to early second century origin, with a major reconstruction and extension of the N. part of the building in the late 3rd century. A small hoard of barbarous radiate coins was buried, apparently at the time of the reconstruction.

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