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In January 1922 P.G. Laver noted the foundation of a pavement under the north pavement of Crouch Street, midway between the Excise Office and the 'Horse and Groom'. It consisted of reddish mortar laid on the gravel. It was not very wide N-S and E-W its limits were not found. A sketch plan gives no measurements. There were no finer layers of mortar and no tesserae. <1><2> See also ECC367.
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