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Justin
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4. The south edge of a Hadrianic industrial workshop, first identified in 2005, was identified in the northern part of the excavated area. Substantial amounts of burning and a large quantity of lead fragments were found on its floor and its wattle walls could be traced by the post holes left in the natural clay. Little else of Hadrianic date could clearly be identified to the south of this workshop other than a few possible beam slots, although the amount of later Roman building, stone robbing and modern ploughing meant this area was extremely badly disturbed. It is quite possible that Hadrianic buildings may once have covered this part of the site.
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Area B 2007: A synopsis · 2007