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Roman Tile
Grey Ware rim sherd

Roman pottery Rim sherd and Tile

These two items are a strong indication that there was a quality Roman building somewhere in the area of Damson Trees and Sandhill in Shrivenham. The Tile has deep score lines built into it for the purpose of adhering plaster, suggesting a high status building. The rim sherd is of a common type of grey ware pottery, probably from a local kiln.

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    2nd - 3rd century AD
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