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MONUMENT NO. 416478

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Site of a Roman corridor villa which includes a number of buildings arranged around a courtyard. Apart from the main villa building, a bath house and a free standing aisled barn have been identified. Finds have also included a tessellated floor, hypocaust, 2 stone coffins, fragments of pottery, a terracotta mask, a bronze buckle, coins dated from 87 AD to 383 AD, painted wall plaster and a number of tiles. Occupation is likely from late 1st century AD to the 4th century.

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