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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...

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Several skeletons and supposedly earthen vessels were foun in 1849 when a drain was cut at Osgodby. A possible Roman cemetery site.

ST BARTHOLOMEWS CHAPEL

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Keeill Pharlane chapel and burial ground. The chapel formerly stood on the cliff top but due to erosion it stood on the foreshore in the 19th century. There is now no trace of it. Lintel graves were observed in the vicinity. A Bronze Age cinerary urn was found a little to the South-West in...

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Two Early Medieval cist grave cemeteries discovered on both sides of a trackway which originated in the Roman or later periods.

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The discovery of inhumations with a Roman vessel and a spearhead indicates the site of a possible Romano British cemetery dating from the 3rd century AD.

ST LEONARDS HOSPITAL

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Founded circa 1220, and annexed to Tynemouth Priory during the 14th century. Dissolved in 1536. Excavations have located the plan of the building and the cemetery.

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A Romano British cemetery was found on a building site at Margaretting. The pottery dates from circa AD 100.

CHAPEL OF ST NICHOLAS OR CHAPEL OF ST MARGARET

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In the village of Lane (St Just Lane) was an ancient chapel, with a burying ground, which was converted into a dwelling house and finally burned down. This was possibly either the chapel of St Nicholas or St Margaret for which the Rector had licence in 1391. It is still remembered as the C...

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

Rescue excavations in Dunstable located a 3rd and 4th century inhumation cemetery consisting of 96 burials. Most were adult burials some of which had been beheaded. The cemetery was bounded by a shallow ditch dating to the last quarter of the 4th century, and it had in turn been cut by lat...

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

An inhumation cemetery of probable Romano-British date was found on Tatton Hill.