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MONUMENT NO. 326493

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A probable Roman villa at Greetwell (but no longer in Greetwell parish) on the outskirts of Lincoln discovered in 1884. Excavations have uncovered evidence for several phases from the late 1st to the early 4th centuries AD. Remains uncovered include a hypocaust, mosaics and other structural remains. Surviving wall plaster features petalled flowers and fragments of lettering. An Iron Age brooch and pottery described as Anglo-Saxon and a Saxon spear have also been found. Many finds from the site are in Lincoln Museum.

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