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MONUMENT NO. 326101

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Quantities of Romano-British material have been found on either side of Ermine Street, including building material, coins, pottery, horse fittings, and a brooch. It has been suggested to represent the site of a posting station, mainly on the basis of the site's location. More recently, Scott has included the site in her gazetteer of Roman villas. Other finds include possibly Neolithic worked flints, a decorated hairpin of 9th century date, and post-Roman pottery.

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