Archaeologia Cantiana -
Vol. 62 1949 pages 29
No traces of such a cist were discernible but it is quite
possible that in a sandy soil a wooden structure would disappear entirely.
The base of the urn rested at 20 in. below the present surface, which is
rather too deep for the damage to have been done by ploughing. A flint
flake, indicated by a peg in the photograph, occurred 17 in. from the base
of the urn and on the same level.
24. Samian patera, Form 18/31, ht. 1 .9 in., diam. 7.1 in.
Illegible stamp at centre of bowl. Probably Trajan-Hadrian, AD. 100-110, but
may be a little earlier.
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