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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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An enclosure and Roman cremation cemetery of the second half of the 1st century AD was found in 1773 and 1783.

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Site of a Roman settlement indicated by finds of 3rd-4th century AD pottery, remains of a building and cropmarks of enclosures.

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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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Gorsuch Hall (restored 1895) on site of Gorsuch Hall (first mentioned 1390, destroyed 1816) (moated homestead)

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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.

HARDHAM CAMP

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Lying across Stane Street rectangular enclosed settlement of 1.4 ha, occupied c50 AD to c150 AD; damaged by the railway and quarrying. It may lie over a military site and may have been used later as a burgus, a fortified customs post.

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Excavations between 1969 and 1976 uncovered the site of a Roman villa, dated to the 3rd/4th century AD, though only occupied for a short period and an associated field system and aisled barn. Iron Age pits and enclosures were also found.

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An Iron Age and Romano-British farmstead. Excavations revealed fourteen ditches and six pits. One ditch related to an Iron Age circular enclosure, the others to at least three subrectangular enclosures or field boundaries. The farmsteads date from the late Iron Age to the 2nd century AD.

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

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