Durobrivae – A Review of Nene Valley Archaeology

Review of Nene Valley Archaeology - Durobrivae
Between 1973 and 1984 the Nene Valley Research Committee published 9 volumes of a booklet called “Durobrivae: A Review of Nene Valley Archaeology”. The editor was John Peter Wild and each volume included short articles by archaeologists and historians who were busy investigating sites that would be impacted by the rapid growth of Peterborough new town.

The Master Plan for Greater Peterborough was finally approved in 1971, calling for a near doubling of the 80,000 population. Emergency excavations started in 1972 and the successive introductions to the Durobrivae booklet by Wild reflect the concern and urgency present at that time. Financial support was made available from, amongst others, the Department of the Environment and the Peterborough Development Corporation. Resourcing grew from two part time archaeologists to a total staff of about 10. In 1977 an Archaeological Field Centre was established at Ham Lane House.

In explaining the purpose of the publication, the first of the booklets refers to a quote from Artis regarding “the general demand for archaeological information”. The style of the booklets with short articles and plentiful illustrations made the topics accessible to the general public without in any way being patronising or short on detail. The Peterborough Archaeology website attempts to echo this philosophy today.

The series of Nene Valley Archaeology booklets provide an excellent snapshot of archaeological sites, insights into Peterborough history, and sources of additional information.

There is a list of articles below. We will be progressively adding links to content wherever possible (best accessed via tablet or PC rather than phone).

Please note that text copyright belonged to the individual authors, and images to the Nene Valley Research Committee, except where separately acknowledged. [In making this material available to a new audience we have received support from some of the authors but please get in touch if you feel that we have in any way infringed your own intellectual property rights.]

Nene Valley Archaeology – Articles

Longthorpe, an essay in continuity
Nene valley archaeology in microcosm from Neolithic to Anglo-Saxon
Author: John Peter Wild
Location: Longthorpe
Period: Multiple
Vol 1, 1973, Page 7

A Romano-British Cemetery and Farmstead at Lynch Farm
50 burials with Christian characteristics close to farmstead
Author: Richard Jones
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Roman
Vol 1, 1973, Page 13

Potter’s Oven, Castor
Excavation of two domestic buildings including a kitchen with 3 ovens
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Castor
Period: Medieval
Vol 1, 1973, Page 14

The Nunnery of St Kyneburgha at Castor
Anglo Saxon and Medieval occupation over north wing of Roman site
Author: Carolyn Dallas
Location: Castor
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 1, 1973, Page 17

A possible house of Neolithic period at Fengate
Wood and pottery dated to about 3000BC
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Neolithic
Vol 1, 1973, Page 18

The Roman Fishpond at Lynch Farm
Barn, fishpond and drainage channels
Author: John Peter Wild
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Roman
Vol 1, 1973, Page 20

The Lynch Farm complex: the prehistoric site
Ditches, cremation burials and a polished greenstone axe
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Iron Age
Vol 1, 1973, Page 22

An Early Bronze-Age burial at Perio
Excavation of an oval pit containing body, dagger and pottery
Author: John Hadman
Location: Southwick
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 1, 1973, Page 24

Perio, the Finds
16th century BC three-riveted round-heeled dagger and a beaker sherd
Author: David Coombs
Location: Southwick
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 1, 1973, Page 25

A colour-coated Hunt Cup in the Royal Ontario Museum
Reassembled wheel made beaker with bear-baiting decoration
Author: Alison Harle Easson
Location: Bedford Purlieus
Period: Roman
Vol 1, 1973, Page 27

Three Iron tools from Lynch Farm
Anvil, hammer and axe found in the aisled barn at Lynch Farm
Author: William Manning
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Roman
Vol 1, 1973, Page 29

Roman Industry in Normangate Field
Workshops, kilns, mausoleum, aisled barn and possible shrine
Author: Geoffrey Dannell
Location: Castor
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 7

Fengate 1973: Flint Projectile Points
Flints among 6,000 finds from excavation of early Fengate settlement
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Neolithic – Bronze Age
Vol 2, 1974, Page 10

A Roman Industrial Site and Villa at Sacrewell
A domestic building and 8 iron-working furnaces
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Sacrewell
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 13

A Terracotta Head from Sacrewell
The small, fired head of a statue
Author: Professor Jocelyn Toynbee
Location: Sacrewell
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 17

Furnace-Lining from Sacrewell
Clay containing limestone for furnace linings helped flux the ore
Author: Roger Norwich
Location: Sacrewell
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 18

Hall Farm, Orton Longueville
Saxon buildings, pits and hearths on site of late Roman Farm
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Orton
Period: Roman – Saxon
Vol 2, 1974, Page 19

An Inaglio from Hall Farm
Carved red jasper gem depicting Cupid on a two wheeled cart
Author: Martin Henig
Location: Orton
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 20

The Longthorpe Roman Fortress, 1973
Excavation of a barrack block with 14 sets of rooms
Author: Professor Sheppard Frere
Location: Longthorpe
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 20

Edmund Artis, Antiquary
Archaeologist, geologist, artist, botanist, ornithologist, and restaurateur
Author: Steven Tomlinson
Location: N/A
Period: N/A
Vol 2, 1974, Page 22

The Lynch Farm Complex: Recent Work
Quadruple 400m Iron Age defensive ditches
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 23

Tout Hill Close, Peterborough
1700 pits and evidence for wooden buildings
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Peterborough
Period: Medieval
Vol 2, 1974, Page 24

The Roman Villa at North Lodge, Barnwell, 1973
Roman building with evidence for agricultural and industrial use
Author: John Hadman, Stephen Upex
Location: Barnwell
Period: Roman
Vol 2, 1974, Page 27

A Roman and Saxon Farm at Walton, North Bretton
Romano-British farm house plus Saxon pits and ditches
Author: Richard Jones
Location: Bretton
Period: Roman – Saxon
Vol 2, 1974, Page 29

Fengate 1971-1974
Interim report on settlement and land use from Neolithic to Romans
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Multiple
Vol 3, 1975, Page 7

The Waternewton Hoard
Bowls and Roman coins discovered in 1974
Author: Catherine Johns, Robert Carson
Location: Water Newton
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 10

The Roman Settlement at Ashton near Oundle
Evidence for a small planned nucleated settlement at the Nene crossing
Author: John Hadman, Stephen Upex
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 13

A Roman Pottery Kiln at Sulehay near Yarwell
A second century kiln and analysis of associated pottery
Author: John Hadman, Stephen Upex
Location: Yarwell
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 16

Longthorpe, 1974
Roman kilns of Longthorpe fort built on the edge of an Iron-Age ditch
Author: Geoffrey Dannell
Location: Longthorpe
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 18

Two Roman Stamped Tiles from Peterborough
A recent find from Sacrewell and a 19th century find from Bainton
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Multiple
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 21

The Roman Villa at Helpston
Layout of the villa partially dug by Artis and again in the 1960s
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Helpston
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 22

Roman Leather Shoes from Lynch Farm
Fourth century child’s shoe recovered from a stone lined well
Author: June Swann, Alison Metcalfe
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 24

A Belgic Farmstead at Orton Longueville
Partial excavation of a late Iron-age and early Roman farm
Author: Carolyn Dallas
Location: Orton
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 26

An Anglo-Saxon Strap-End from Bulwick, Northants
Photo and sketch of a bronze strap end
Author: Carolyn Dallas
Location: Bulwick
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 3, 1975, Page 28

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1974
London Road windmill and other development affected buildings
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 3, 1975, Page 29

Stop Press
Breaking news of a second Roman hoard from Water Newton!
Author: John Peter Wild
Location: Water Newton
Period: Roman
Vol 3, 1975, Page 30

The Water Newton Silver Treasure
Listing of items comprising the hoard discovered in 1975
Author: Kenneth Painter
Location: Water Newton
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 7

Fengate, 1975
A newly found late Iron-Age settlement with detail of houses & ditches
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 10

The Death of the Ailsworth Witch
A Saxon charter records transactions in Yaxley and Ailsworth
Author: David Hill
Location: Ailsworth
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 4, 1976, Page 13

A Multiple Round-Barrow at Barnack
17 burials within a funerary site with 3 construction phases
Author: Peter Donaldson
Location: Barnack
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 4, 1976, Page 14

The Barnack Grave-Group
Beaker, dagger, and other grave goods from the Barnack barrow
Author: Ian Kinnes
Location: Barnack
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 4, 1976, Page 16

A Late-Roman Nail-Cleaner with Peacock
Detail on a small bronze object found in 1971 at Lynch Farm
Author: Sonia Chadwick Hawkes
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 17

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1975
Notes on buildings demolished to make way for Queensgate
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 4, 1976, Page 18

Roman Iron Working at Longthorpe
Evidence of iron production and working at Longthorpe fortress
Author: Judith Todd, James Cleland
Location: Longthorpe
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 19

A Significant Findspot for a Penny of Harold I
A rare silver penny from the Stamford mint
Author: Professor Michael Dolley
Location: Southwick
Period: Medieval
Vol 4, 1976, Page 20

A Roman Limekiln at Helpston
A substantial kiln with well preserved stonework close to King Street
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Helpston
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 22

Hall Farm, Orton Longueville
Multiple buildings and features from the final season at Hall Farm
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Orton
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 24

A Roman Farm at Castor, 1975
Three periods of changing land use at Normangate Field
Author: John Peter Wild
Location: Castor
Period: Roman
Vol 4, 1976, Page 26

The Old Workhouse, Cumbergate, Peterborough
Early 17th century house, then Old Workhouse and then Almshouses
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 4, 1976, Page 27

The Manor and Deerpark of Torpel
History of an extensive medieval manor with site plan
Author: Frances Crowther
Location: Helpston
Period: Medieval
Vol 4, 1976, Page 29

Two Bronze Vessels from Stanground
Review of a bronze cauldron and bronze pan discovered in 1966
Author: Carolyn Dallas
Location: Stanground
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 4, 1976, Page 30

Recent Aerial Photography
Crop mark examples from Fengate, Tansor and Castor
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 4, 1976, Page 32

Longthorpe Holy Well
The grotto, ponds and garden features
Author: Donald Mackreth, Francis O’Neill
Location: Longthorpe
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 4, 1976, Page 34

The Treasures of Durobrivae
Protection of historic sites from treasure hunters and the plough
Author: Graham Webster
Location: N/A
Period: N/A
Vol 4, 1976, Page 36

Ashton, 1976
Results of the 1974-75 excavation revealing a small town
Author: John Hadman, Stephen Upex
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 5, 1977, Page 6

The Lead Tank from Ashton
A large lead tank with Chi-Rho monogram from a well at Ashton
Author: Christopher Guy
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Roman
Vol 5, 1977, Page 10

A Triple Ring-Ditch at Maxey
Emergency excavation of a Neolithic or Bronze-Age feature
Author: Robert Powell
Location: Maxey
Period: Neolithic – Bronze Age
Vol 5, 1977, Page 12

Fengate, 1976
Excavation of a Bronze Age house and evolution of field systems
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Bronze Age – Iron Age
Vol 5, 1977, Page 14

Two Groups of Anglo-Saxon Pottery
Analysis of pottery finds in the museum from the Ortons and Glinton
Author: Carolyn Dallas
Location: Multiple
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 5, 1977, Page 17

Orton Hall Farm – the Saxon Connection
Saxon presence at the Orton Hall site in the 5th century
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Orton
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 5, 1977, Page 20

Recent Aerial Photography
Crop mark images taken in 1976 at Northborough and Etton
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Northborough
Period: Multiple
Vol 5, 1977, Page 22

The Roman Villa at Cotterstock
A plan of the Roman villa first unearthed in the 18th century
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Cotterstock
Period: Roman
Vol 5, 1977, Page 24

Retrospect: Douglas Ellicott
An enthusiast appreciated in Salisbury, Whittlesey and Australia
Author: George Dixon
Location: N/A
Period: N/A
Vol 5, 1977, Page 26

The King’s Dyke Burials
Eight burials from Roman period with evidence of mutilation
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Whittlesey
Period: Roman
Vol 5, 1977, Page 27

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1976
Notes on buildings demolished to make way for Queensgate
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 5, 1977, Page 30

From the Museum
Four prehistoric implements including a polished flint knife
Author: Miranda Green
Location: Multiple
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 5, 1977, Page 31

Burgh Park
Location of the medieval Burgh Park
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Medieval
Vol 5, 1977, Page 32

The Archaeological Field Centre – Ham Lane House
New home for the Nene Valley Research Committee
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: N/A
Period: N/A
Vol 5, 1977, Page 34

The Antiquary and the Poet: Artis & Clare
Friends who shared interest in archaeology, poetry and natural history
Author: Steven Tomlinson
Location: N/A
Period: Roman
Vol 6, 1978, Page 6

Fengate: the Evolution of a Landscape
Bronze Age to Romano-British transition at Cat’s Water
Author: David Cranstone
Location: Fengate
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 10

A Group of Roman Pottery from Fengate
Fixing a date for a group of Nene Valley pots
Author: John Hayes
Location: Fengate
Period: Roman
Vol 6, 1978, Page 12

Three New Bronze-Age Weapons
Pryor favours “domestic” rather than “ritual” explanation
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fenland
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 6, 1978, Page 14

Early Plants in the Nene Valley: an Interim Report
Comparison of Fengate and Longthorpe environmental analysis
Author: Gay Wilson
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 17

Three Mediaeval Sites from the Air
Crop mark examples from Wakerley, Caldecote and Bainton
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Multiple
Period: Medieval
Vol 6, 1978, Page 19

From the Museum
A Roman sword from Whittlesey and belt-mount from Longthorpe
Author: Martin Howe
Location: Multiple
Period: Roman
Vol 6, 1978, Page 21

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1977
Notes on buildings demolished to make way for Queensgate
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 6, 1978, Page 23

The Car Dyke
Results of a survey of Car Dyke between the rivers Nene and Welland
Author: Arnold Pryor
Location: Multiple
Period: Roman
Vol 6, 1978, Page 24

Ramsey Abbey’s Manor at Elton I: the Archaeology
A manor at Elton discovered during construction of a flood bank
Author: Francis O’Neill
Location: Elton
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 26

Ramsey Abbey’s Manor at Elton II: the Documents
Documentary history traced back for over 900 years
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Elton
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 28

Excavations at Bridge Street, Peterborough
Evolution of Peterborough in Medieval and Post Medieval periods
Author: Francis O’Neill
Location: Peterborough
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 30

The Itter Farm Site, King’s Dyke
Excavation of a Romano-British site on the “island” of Whittlesey
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Whittlesey
Period: Roman
Vol 6, 1978, Page 32

Exhibition 6000
An archaeological exhibition at the PDC’s Touthill offices
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: N/A
Period: Multiple
Vol 6, 1978, Page 35

A Decorated Sherd at Cambridge
Discussion of a Nene Valley ware sherd from Cambridge museum
Author: Graham Webster
Location: N/A
Period: Roman
Vol 7, 1979, Page 6

The Early Courses of the River Nene
Pre-Roman and Roman courses of the Nene based on aerial photos
Author: Robert Evans
Location: Fenland
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 8

The Final Season at Fengate
Fourth Drove and Cat’s Water excavations (Bronze Age to Iron Age)
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 11

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1978
Demolition and re-development in the city centre
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Post Medieval
Vol 7, 1979, Page 13

The Stone of Group VI Rock from Lynch Farm
Manufacture, transport and re-working of stone axes
Author: Stephen Briggs
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Neolithic
Vol 7, 1979, Page 14

The Cambridgeshire Archaeological Committee
Structure and fieldwork of organisation established in 1973
Author: Alison Taylor
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 16

Bog Oaks: a Key to Dating the Past
Use of dendochronology, radio-carbon and magnetic silk dating
Author: Valerie Taylor
Location: Ramsey
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 18

Durobrivae
Collation of information and a plan based on aerial photographs
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Water Newton
Period: Roman
Vol 7, 1979, Page 19

Roman Ironworking and an Anvil from Nassington
A 6kg blacksmith’s anvil recovered during field-walking
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Nassington
Period: Roman
Vol 7, 1979, Page 21

Barnack 1978-9
Interpretation of barrow, ditch and trackway
Author: Donald Mackreth, Francis O’Neill
Location: Barnack
Period: Iron age
Vol 7, 1979, Page 23

Aerial Photography 1978
Crop mark examples from Oundle, Maxey and Helpston
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 26

Ashton 1977-8
Recent excavations throw light on Late Iron Age phases of the site
Author: John Hadman, Stephen Upex
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 7, 1979, Page 29

Peterborough New Town: Ten Years On
Update on properties listed in a 1969 “Survey of the Antiquities”
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 30

From the Museum
Setting up a new archaeology gallery at the museum
Author: Martin Howe
Location: N/A
Period: Multiple
Vol 7, 1979, Page 32

A Roman Intaglio found near Durobrivae
A cornelian gemstone with engraved eagle found near Durobrivae
Author: Martin Henig
Location: Water Newton
Period: Roman
Vol 7, 1979, Page 34

Some Pitfalls in Aerial Archaeology
Successes and mistakes from the extensive aerial surveys of the area
Author: Stephen Upex
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 8, 1980, Page 6

Pottery of “London Ware” Type from the Nene Valley
Nene valley archaeology – second century pottery
Author: Robert Perrin
Location: Multiple
Period: Roman
Vol 8, 1980, Page 10

The Monastic Church before 1116
Work undertaken by Irvine and Micklethwaite in 19th century
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Peterborough
Period: Medieval
Vol 8, 1980, Page 11

Fieldwork Survey of the Soke of Peterborough
Field by field survey revealing new Iron Age, Roman and Saxon sites
Author: David Hall, Paul Martin
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 8, 1980, Page 13

Raising the Fengate Dead
Excavation techniques used to lift Fengate skeletons
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Fengate
Period: Neolithic
Vol 8, 1980, Page 15

More Finds from the Fens
Bronze Age palstave and socketed spearhead
Author: Maisie Taylor
Location: Fenland
Period: Bronze Age
Vol 8, 1980, Page 19

Magnetic Geophysical Prospecting
Use of proton-magnetometer and subsequent geophys devices
Author: Adrian Challands
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 8, 1980, Page 21

Industrial and Vernacular Architecture, 1979
Removal of old power stations and building of Queensgate
Author: Richard Hillier
Location: Peterborough
Period: Multiple
Vol 8, 1980, Page 22

Werrington: an Iron-Age and Roman Site
Excavation of enclosures and ring ditch (near Ken Stimpson school)
Author: Donald Mackreth, Francis O’Neill
Location: Werrington
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 8, 1980, Page 23

The Molluscs from the Werrington Enclosure
Inferences about groundwater conditions and land use
Author: Charles French
Location: Werrington
Period: Iron Age – Roman
Vol 8, 1980, Page 26

From the Museum
Funerary pot and brooch
Author: Martin Howe
Location: Eye
Period: Anglo-Saxon
Vol 8, 1980, Page 28

Iron Age Metalwork from Orton Meadows
Swords, currency bars and other metal objects
Author: Ian Stead
Location: Ferry Meadows
Period: Iron Age
Vol 9, 1984, Page 6

Neolithic Etton: a waterlogged “Causewayed Camp”
Axe handle and Mildenhall pottery from a Neolithic ditch
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Etton
Period: Neolithic
Vol 9, 1984, Page 8

Buried Sites in the Peterborough Fens
Dyke survey produces 500 timbers – start of the Flag Fen story
Author: Francis Pryor
Location: Peakirk – Eye – Flag Fen
Period: Multiple
Vol 9, 1984, Page 10

Prehistoric Woodworking in the Fens
Contrasting wooden finds at two sites
Author: Maisie Taylor
Location: Etton & Flag Fen
Period: Multiple
Vol 9, 1984, Page 12

Edmund Artis: the Obituary of 1849
Interests and skills of this early geologist and archaeologist
Author: Peter Crowther
Location: Multiple
Period: Multiple
Vol 9, 1984, Page 14

From the Museum
Viking Spearheads
Author: Martin Howe
Location: Horsey Toll
Period: Viking
Vol 9, 1984, Page 16

Recent Work on Monastic Peterborough
Burgh wall, and early evolution of the monastic church
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Peterborough
Period: Medieval
Vol 9, 1984, Page 18

Castor
Interpretation of the Roman finds close to the church
Author: Donald Mackreth
Location: Castor
Period: Roman
Vol 9, 1984, Page 22

Ashton Roman Town
Excavation of a small Roman town
Author: Brian Dix
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Roman
Vol 9, 1984, Page 26

Ashton 1979-82
Earlier excavations updated
Author: John Hadman
Location: Ashton – Oundle
Period: Roman
Vol 9, 1984, Page 28