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Chapter 3: Dorking

GRAHAM HAYMAN and others

The excavation examined two areas close to St Martin’s Church in the centre of Dorking and revealed a variety of features of Roman and medieval date. Those thought to be Roman consisted of ditches, pits and a gully – the latter probably dates to the 2nd century AD, though the other features were not easy to date precisely. Possibly of greater interest was the discovery of thirteen human inhumations of late 12th or 13th century date which are believed to lie within a previous boundary of the church.

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