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MONUMENT NO. 17294

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Three Roman circular and square/rectangular mausolea. Only the circular one is still extant in which a cinerary urn, a fragment of a glass bottle and a Severan coin were found. The tomb was decorated with an animal head on one of the stones. The remaining tombs are just depressions in the ground. c100 round barrows covering pits containing cremations were found. The monumental tombs possibly represent ranking officers from the nearby Fort, High Rochester - NY 89 NW 7. Scheduled.

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