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Romano British saltmaking site, north west of Woodgate Farm, Moulton



Reference Name MLI20360

Name:
Romano British saltmaking site, north west of Woodgate Farm, Moulton

Summary:
An isolated red hill found with base material, baked clay and early 2nd century vessel fragments.

Location:
MOULTON, SOUTH HOLLAND, LINCOLNSHIRE

Description:
An isolated red hill (a Roman coastal site producing salt by boiling of seawater), located to the west, with abundant supports, base material, baked clay and vessel fragments. The pottery is probably early 2nd century in date. {1}

Sources:
1 Article in monograph: HALLAM, S.J.. 1970. ‘Settlement around the Wash’ in The Fenland in Roman Times. GAZ 2816S p.285
2 Map: HALLAM, S.J.. 1970. The maps for ‘Settlement around the Wash’ in The Fenland in Roman Times. MAP 6 SHEET F
3 Article in serial: Hallam, S.J.. 1960. Romano-British Salt Industry in South Lincolnshire. pp.52, 64
4 Index: OS CARD INDEX. MOULTON. TF 21 NE:9,1965, DA
5 Index: SMR FILE. MOULTON. TF 21 NE:F -

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