Drury, P. J. (1988). The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus.

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The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus
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Council for British Archaeology Research Reports
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66
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Ramparts, ditches, a road, and a well represent a sequence of rapid change (?series of forts) not earlier than AD 60/5. The 'small town' began developing from c AD 120 with the large timber courtyard mansio and houses along the London-Colchester road. Replacement in stone of the mansio came in 130, and one wing was fired in mid-3rd century. The baths and circular lacomicum may predate the earliest mansio. At about 150 a well was the focus of a series of ?ritual shafts with much faunal material. Town defences were built c 160-75 on land cleared of commercial buildings, but were levelled by c 220. There was widespread burning at end of 2nd century. N of the mansio was 2nd century occupation, 3rd century burials and pits, and a hoard of jet jewellery (first half of 4th). F B
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Paul J Drury
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1988
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0 906780 52 7
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3rd Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Mid3rd Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Ad 120 (Auto Detected Temporal)
4th F B (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Date Of Issue From: 1988
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05 Dec 2008