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During the winter of 1968-9 the site of Sainsbury's supermarket in Culver Street was developed. Although it was not possible to conduct excavations on the site, the work, which consisted of the excavation of 31 stanchion holes, was carefully watched. The holes revealed a phase of Boudican destruction followed by the existence of a massive masonry structure.<1>
Article in serial: Hebditch, Max. 1971. Excavations on the south side of the temple precinct at Colchester.. Transactions of the Essex Archaeological Society Vol. 3, 115-130. pp.98-100.
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MCC2194Roman building, Sainsbury's Site, Culver street East/Priory Walk, Colchester (Monument)
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