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

A Romano Celtic temple and earlier ritual shaft on Jordan Hill. Coins recovered from the shaft suggest that it was constructed during the early Roman period and eventually sealed during the Theodosian period. Overlying the shaft was a structure interpreted as the cella of a Romano-Celtic t...

BUTTS HILL BARROW

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Site of a round barrow levelled in 1815, it contained a possible Bronze Age cremation and Early Medieval intrusive inhumations. Early Medieval inhumations were also found near the barrow, all laid neatly in rows, some with armour.

GLASGOW PADDOCKS,POLICE HQ,LAW COURTS

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R-B cremation urns found on a site where cremation urns have been recorded previously, when three R-B cremations were recovered from a mound in 1903, possibly a barrow with R-B secondary interments.

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A possible primary Bronze Age cremation under a barrow with 104 secondary Anglo Saxon inhumations. Grave goods included brooches, swords, spearheads, Roman coins, buckets, a cone beaker and urns. The cemetery is dated to the 5th and 6th centuries. A possible Roman origin for the barrow or...

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

Roman and Saxon cemetery recorded in 1982 during construction work on the corner of London Road and Princes Way. The Roman cemetery dated from the late first century until the mid 3rd century and comprised about 53 cremations. A large V-shaped ditch which extended parallel to and 5 metres...

CAMULODUNUM.

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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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A pagan Anglo-Saxon cemetery found during excavations at City Farm

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

Anglo Saxon primary inhumations in barrows, and Bronze Age cremations in barrows, opened in 1819 on Saxon (Sexton) Down. Possibly 7th century inhumations.

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

Site of an early Anglo-Saxon cemetery probably destroyed by gravel extraction. Mainly inhumations with a few cremations, cinerary urns, brooches and spearheads were recovered in advance of gravel extraction. In use from circa 410-600.

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

A multi period cemetery site. Excavations along the Silchester Road uncovered a late Iron Age Belgic mixed cemetery and domestic debris; Roman inhumations and cremations and building remains were found as well as an Anglo-Saxon 6th/7th century inhumation cemetery.