Limestone foundations of probable building

Description of this historic site

Llimestone foundations c.2m in width were found in Birmingham Road during water main renewal works. Likely to have been part of a substantial Roman building in the northern extra-mural settlement but no dating evidence was found.

Notes about this historic site

1 Two lower courses of two substantial limestone walls were found during water main work along Birmingham Road. The E-W running walls were constructed within a foundation ditch and were over 2m wide. They were bonded with hard orange clay which contained medieval roof tile.

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