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A Romano-British hut site with a stone paved floor including built in quern fragments, was excavated by A W Riddolls and the Whitby Naturalists Club in 1964. Small finds included Romano British pottery, part of a jet bracelet, lathe cores similar to Kimmeridge 'coal money', jet wasters and iron slag. In the absence of coin finds, the pottery dates the site to the fourth century AD.


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