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WEAVERTHORPE

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Shrunken Medieval village, in part still extant as earthworks, including a manorial site which was excavated in 1951 revealing the remains of a thirteenth century hall. A Roman pit and Early Medieval Stamford ware were also uncovered. A Roman coin and pottery were found in redeposited contexts. Scheduled.

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