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A Romano British settlement with a ditched enclosure, a trackway, fields and 2nd to 3rd century pottery. Alleged salt working site.

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Cropmarks of possible Romano British rectangular enclosures and finds of 3rd to 4th century pottery and roof tile fragments.

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Cropmark of an enclosure; surface finds of 2nd to 4th century AD occupation debris including pottery, tile and slag indicate a possible settlement.

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Roman pottery of 2nd to 4th century date and possible enclosure ditches were found here.

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A late Iron Age and Romano-British settlement. Possible Iron Age burials and pottery. Iron Age and Roman pits with pottery dating occupation from the late 1st century BC to the 4th century AD. Bronze Age pottery found.

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Possible Roman enclosure and hut circle seen as cropmarks. A quernstone and 2nd to 4th century pottery was found.

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Enclosed Late Iron Age and Roman settlement; aerial photographs revealed a sub-rectangular enclosure with a central rectangular structure, pits, post-holes and a trackways. Excavation lead to finds of pottery, animal and human bone.

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Marston Copse, cropmarks of pits, curvilinear and rectilinear enclosures; surface finds of Iron Age and Roman pottery dating to the 3rd and 4th century.

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A possible Prehistoric or Roman settlement is visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Large quantiites of tile slag and pottery suggest that the main occupation of the site was from the 1st to 4th centuries AD but there is no evidence so far to say which, if any, of the cropmarks relat...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Swineham Point. Romano-British pottery has been found extensively over a wide area. Evaluation of the area in 1989-90 included test-pitting and geophysical survey over an area of 55 hectares, and confirmed the presence of a substantial Roman industrial settlement over 2 hectares. There are...