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ROMAN MASONRY OBSERVED IN CAISTOR



Reference Name MLI50871

Name:
ROMAN MASONRY OBSERVED IN CAISTOR

Summary:
ROMAN MASONRY OBSERVED IN CAISTOR

Location:
CAISTOR, WEST LINDSEY, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
A 'MASS OF MASONRY STICKING UP IN THE GUTTER WHICH LOOKS VERY ROMAN. IT CONTAINS MUCH TILE AND SEEMS TO HAVE NO RELATIONSHIP WITH THE ROAD, GUTTER, DRAINS OR CHURCHYARD WALL, IF ROMAN IT BELONGS TO SOME BUILDING INSIDE THE WALL.' {1}, HTM 86 M

Sources:
1 Index: SMR FILE. CAISTOR. TA 10 SW:L,1929, PHILLIPS, C.W.

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