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MONUMENT NO. 1388890


Excavation following an earlier assessment revealed a farmstead of 1st-3rd century date as well as the possible Roman waterway, the Bourne-Morton canal. The excavations of the Romano-British settlement and field system revealed part of a ditched enclosure attached to an extended boundary ditch. In one of a number of intercutting ditches and gullies a skeleton with a copper-alloy bracelet was excavated beneath large dumps of pottery, iron smithing-slag and some coal.

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