Duplicate of 2318.
1 1967: After discovery of an area of Roman pot/tile scatter (PRN 2318) test holes were dug and eventually a stone floor was discovered at a depth of 0.5m. The farmer had ploughed up stone in the vicinity. The excavation was extended over an area about 9.1m by 3m, but at this stage no boundary of the surface was evident. When the floor was removed a fair quantity of pottery was recovered. In addition oyster shell, animal bone and glass were found.
2 1974: Further excavation revealed a rough stone surface. The main stone concentration in this area appears to be 2nd century.
3 Confirmed as duplicate, see MWA2318 for more information about this site. Mapping removed to avoid confusion.