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MONUMENT NO. 71430

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Roman winged-corridor villa first discovered from a surface scatter of finds in 1886. Excavations in 1980-82 revealed four phases of occupation, the earliest two phases, constructed of timber, dating from circa 150. The building was rebuilt in stone during the second half of the second century. This was of a winged-corridor plan. Modifications took place circa 350 AD. Features dating to the Medieval period include a building and 14th century pottery kilns. (Details of the kiln are recorded in SJ 56 SE 37).

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