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Gazetteer of ROMAN  Yorkshire
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Parts of a late 3rd to early 4th century AD Roman building complex cut by at least four 6th century Anglian inhumation burials in cists. The site was uncovered by small scale excavations in 1939 and 1966, half a kilometre west of Bainesse Roman roadside settlement and Anglian cemetery. During the excavations four rooms were found, some with wall plaster. These may have been service rooms connected with a Roman villa and were ruined by the time of the burials. Further human remains and Anglian metalwork have also been noted in the area. Other finds include an enclosure, jewellery, iron work, coins and a well.

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Bainesse Farm
Villa
N. Yorkshire, SE 242 970
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