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MONUMENT NO. 348258

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A Roman farmstead, possibly a villa, seen as cropmarks. These comprise a polygonal ditched enclosure within which are two possible buildings, each defined by rows of pits or postholes, and a circular ditched feature which may represent a hut circle. A group of rectilinear enclosures lie outside the enclosure, flanking a trackway associated with the settlement site TF 01 SE 99. Numerous pits, possibly contemporary with the site, are randomly scattered throughout the area. Pottery collected from the surface is mostly of 4th century AD date.

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