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West Howden Hill Romano-British settlement


On Howden Hill, near Grindon, are the remains of a native British settlement from the Roman period. This was a rectangular enclosure with a defensive ditch.[1]

Grindon, near Haydon Bridge
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West Howden Hill Romano-British settlement

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North ditch of West Howden Hill Romano-British settlement

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MONUMENT NO. 16294
- "A rectilinear enclosure of probable Roman date. It is visible as an earthwork on air photographs....Probably a Romano-British homestead...."

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Simon Cotterill
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West Howden Hill Romano-British settlement (Haydon)
- "Earthworks are all that remain of a Roman period native settlement. A rectangular enclosure with a ditch and bank has a break in the eastern side, which is where the ...

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Keys to the Past HER: N7554
Grid ref: NY82646923

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