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MONUMENT NO. 9676

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The site of a Roman enclosed settlement and field system seen on aerial photographs. Excavations in 1974/5 and 1977 suggested a single phased enclosure dating to within the 3rd century, though the pottery indicates a date of 190 AD to 225 AD. The site consisted of a sub-rectangular enclosure which was revetted and had a palisade on its bank; it contained a round house, a rectangular structure, and possible stock pens.

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