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MONUMENT NO. 410980

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Roman foundations near the Orange Tree Inn, Wilmington were excavated in about 1886; numerous tiles and extensive foundations showing wide rooms and narrow passages, with coins all of Roman date, were seen about 150 yards S.E. of the Orange Tree Inn. Excavations in 1975 uncovered a possible aisled building interpreted as a possible stable; a hypocaust was also uncovered. Coins and pottery of the late 3rd-4th century AD were found. Listed as the possible site of a Roman villa.

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