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

Prehistoric flint scatters and Roman pottery identified prior to excavation. Excavations located Later Bronze Age ditches and a pit, a 2nd-4th century AD farmstead and field system, and a 3rd-4th century inhumation

POLES WOOD SOUTH LONG BARROW

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Neolithic chambered long barrow excavated in 1874 when the remains of 9 bodies, animal bones and Neolithic pottery were found. Three secondary Saxon inhumations with brooches and a spindle whorl.

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A possible 4th century AD inhumation; Iron Age, Roman and Medieval pottery and a Roman building with limestone rubble, roof tiles and painted wall plaster were uncovered during construction of a housing estate.

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A Neolithic causewayed or segmented ring ditch located south west of the Barrow Hills linear cemetery (SU 59 NW 8) was excavated in 1983-5. The ring ditch comprised four arcs of ditch, three forming a semicircle open to the southwest, and the fourth partly closing this south western side,...

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The Roman town of Colchester; founded in AD 49 as a colony and rebuilt in AD 61 after the revolt of Boudicca. The town walls date from the mid-2nd century AD.

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Excavations to the rear of the former Masons Arms Public House in Spital Street were carried out between November 1989 and March 1990 prior to the redevelopment of the site. Finds included part of a 19th century gravestone, probably a waste piece from the adjacent stone masons yard; severa...

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Romano-British buildings have been found during an evaluation at Kings Weston Road and Stowick Crescent in 1994. Excavations in 1995 revealed a Roman quarry, road, and timber structures with cobbled yards of the 1st-4th centuries. Four infant burials of the 2nd-3rd centuries were also disc...

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

A Romano-British inhumation, stone-lined cist and field system was located during excavations at Old Swindon House. Finds including a Mesolithic flint blade, a Neolithic flint borer, Iron Age pottery, Rotary quernstone and Saxon pottery were also recovered.

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Excavations at St Richards Road Deal in 1984 uncovered an Iron Age shaft over 2 metres deep with an underground chamber, probably a shrine, containing a Chalk figurine.A Neolithic pit and Roman pits, post holes, field ditches, four cremations and one inhumation were also found.

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

Two possibly Iron Age barrow sites. Probable Roman pottery and secondary cremations, and Saxon secondary inhumations with shield bosses, spearheads and a knife.