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MONUMENT NO. 413160

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Site of a Roman corridor villa in Cobham Park discovered in 1959 and excavated in 1959-60. Possibly developed since circa 100 AD from a farmhouse, although earlier pottery sherds have been found, and occupied until the mid 4th century. The remains were partly destroyed during the 17th to 18th century by the construction of a ha ha. The remains of an outbuilding and a well were found to the northeast and appear to be associated with the villa site. Also unearthed by deep ploughing were a scatter of brick and tile.

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