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YARBOROUGH CAMP

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A sub-rectangular enclosure with an entrance on the eastern side of possible Iron Age or Roman date. It measures 80m by 60m with banks 10m wide and 1m to 2m high surrounded by a ditch 10m wide. A Roman coin hoard of Constantinian and Valentinian types and the burial of the hoard can be assigned to the period shortly after 367-375; pottery and a scraper have been recovered from the interior of the enclosure. Scheduled.

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