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SUMMARYIn 1957, gravel-digging exposed a previously unknown Roman fort and during the following five years this was destroyed. Observation during soil stripping, together with some manual excavation, recovered most of the plan and history which may be summarized as follows:(a) Slight remains of...
SummaryEarly renaissance terra-cotta tombs have been recorded at seven places in East Anglia. They were made c. 1530 from a common set of moulds and are the product of a single workshop. Inconclusive evidence suggests a Flemish origin but no Continental parallels are known.
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