Site of Roman Building off Henley Street, Alcester.

Description of this historic site

The remains of a Roman building was found near Henley Street, Alcester, during an excavation. Roman pottery was also found at this site.

Notes about this historic site

1 Off Henley Street behind the Police Station. Roman pottery and signs of a large building. Also behind police station along path: two Roman coins.
2 Exact site uncertain.
3 “Further work in 1926 at the site of an old sawpit produced evidence for another stone building with fragments of wall, concrete floor, flue tiles, tesserae and painted plaster. This site is unlocated but Seaby placed it near the Meeting Lane Site [EWA3101] which is not unlikely.” Uncertain if this refers to this site or not (MjA).
4 Noted, references both to coins and Roman building.

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