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In June 1940 part of a wall 3ft 2in wide running N-S near the NW corner of the chapel, and 18in from it, on the west side, a small pier (of tiles) 18in square, were observed by Mr Rudsdale, who also reported that many fragments of thin slabs of finely finished Purbeck marble (or similar stone) were found in the digging, all indicative that the site was of importance. <1>
Monograph: Hull, M. Rex. 1958. Roman Colchester: Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London. No. XX. Insula 13, No 30, page 105.
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