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MONUMENT NO. 419986

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The site of a possible Roman villa was uncovered in 1852 at Hogsbrook Spring. Masonry walls and tessellated pavements were found. Two coins of Constantine I, minted in London, were among the early 3rd to early 4th century finds from the site.

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