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Rodwell notes "the uppermost layers against the south side of the building were destroyed by construction of an open drain in the 19th century. The digging of this drain revealed a foundation offset, capped by two courses of Roman brick, a feature which in this district is often characteristic of Anglo-Saxon building construction'.<1> Rodwell's source of information is not known.
Monograph: Rodwell, Warwick J with Rodwell, KA. 1977. Historic Churches: a wasting asset. p30.
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MCC396St Martin's Church, West Stockwell Street, Colchester (Building)
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