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Romano-British Wingerworth Site Visits

The site being excavated at Wingerworth has revealed a high concentration of Romano- British archaeology dating to the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. This site is dominated by a large rectilinear ditched enclosure within which are defined areas which...

The site being excavated at Wingerworth has revealed a high concentration of Romano- British archaeology dating to the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD.

This site is dominated by a large rectilinear ditched enclosure within which are defined areas which may have been property boundaries, pens or working areas.  Evidence of kilns/ovens have been found, indicating small scale industrial activity. A small stone structure has been uncovered which may have been some sort of storage container given that its size is too small for habitation. An exceptionally large romano british ditch 8 meters wide in the south west corner of the site. This may be part of a further enclosure now obscured by woodland.

On the 9th December we are holding an open day on the site from 9.30am, with the chance to see displays of the finds, take a tour of the site and even have the opportunity to excavate a part of it!

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The site being excavated at Wingerworth has revealed a high concentration of Romano- British archaeology dating to the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD.

This site is dominated by a large rectilinear ditched enclosure within which are defined areas which may have been property boundaries, pens or working areas.  Evidence of kilns/ovens have been found, indicating small scale industrial activity. A small stone structure has been uncovered which may have been some sort of storage container given that its size is too small for habitation. An exceptionally large romano british ditch 8 meters wide in the south west corner of the site. This may be part of a further enclosure now obscured by woodland.

On the 9th December we are holding an open day on the site from 9.30am, with the chance to see displays of the finds, take a tour of the site and even have the opportunity to excavate a part of it!

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