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HARLOW

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Excavations uncovered the site of a late Iron Age settlement and Roman town; building remains including mosaics and hypocausts were found. Industrial activity included a bronze working site and a pottery kiln. Many votive objects were found, possibly associated with the nearby temple (TL 41 SE 6), though this site has been also been interpreted as a Roman temple complex with Iron Age origins. Late Iron Age coins and Mesolithic flints were also found. Possibly Tl 41 SE 1 and 6 are part of the same site.

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