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NUMBER 52 AND ADJOINING NEWPORT ARCH



Reference Name MLI93735

Name:
NUMBER 52 AND ADJOINING NEWPORT ARCH

Summary:
NUMBER 52 AND ADJOINING NEWPORT ARCH

Location:
LONGDALES, LINCOLN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
To be reviewed.


LINCOLN
SK9772SE BAILGATE
1941-1/7/28 No.52
08/10/53 and adjoining Newport Arch
GV I
Remains of the inner face of the Roman north gateway, and
adjoining house to east. C3 and C17, altered and restored C14,
C18, C19, mid and late C20. Coursed squared stone facing with
rubble core. Adjoining house has plain tile roof and 2 brick
gable stacks.
Main archway has to right a smaller archway with a pedestrian
tunnel. On the north side, remains of the inner walls of the
gateway, approx. 10m long. The house has a central beaded
plank door with a C20 tiled hood, flanked by single windows.
Above, 2 windows, all C20.
The Newport Arch is the remnant of the north gate to the Roman
legionary fortress, and became the north gate of the late
Roman and medieval city.
Scheduled Ancient Monument, County No.4.
(Buildings of England : Lincolnshire: Pevsner N: Lincolnshire:
London: 1989-: 440).
Listing NGR: SK9767072132

Sources:

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Last updated: 12-February-2013 09:38:32

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