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MONUMENT NO. 346250

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Roman building material was discovered by W.B. Hopkins in c.1922, whilst levelling a tennis lawn in his back garden at Dudswell Rise, Berkhamsted. The finds consisted of a "rough flint floor" at a depth of 3 ft, 3 third brasses, of Constantine the Great, (306-337 AD), Carausius (286-294 AD) and Tetricus I (270-273 AD), a bronze ring brooch, quern fragments, roofing tiles, Samian and Castor ware and a few medieval sherds. There are no visible surface remains. Possibly the site of a Roman villa.

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