Roman Levels, 8A High Street, Alcester
Roman pottery, ceramic building material and masonry recovered during archaeological work suggest a Roman stone building may have stood in this area. The site was located in the High Street, Alcester.
1 The recovery of Roman pottery, ceramic building materials, faced limestone blocks and stone rubble from the base of the foundation trench (c.1.00m deep) may indicate the existence of a Roman stone building in the vicinity. Roman survival is expected below the 1.00m mark as the trench bottom just grazed Roman deposits.