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Wire's diary 11/11/1849 notes ' In the cellar of the last house but one on the east side of Maidenburgh Street is an arch built with Roman bricks, each brick 6" square and cemented together with mortar in which in which is pounded brick and tile...above the arch is the wall is built of Roman brick, but no pounded tile in the mortar. In the cellar of the next house is an arch of modern date...possibly the arch may be the remains of a Roman Sewer'. <1><2>
DIARY: Wire, William. 1842-1857. Journal of William Wire.
Monograph: Hull, M. Rex. 1958. Roman Colchester: Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London. No. XX. Insula 5, No 29, page 80.
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