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Trial trenches in the garden of 'Logarth', West Stockwell Street/Nunn’s Road in advance of redevelopment for an NCP multi-storey car park. The work was undertaken by the Colchester Excavation Committee and directed by Colchester and Essex Museums and was a continuation of work carried out in 1963/1964 by Mr. B.P. Blake (see ECC951). The trenches revealed the existence of an east-west Roman street, a V-shaped ditch and a Roman building evidenced by walls and tessellated pavements. These are situated in the south-west corner of Insula 3.<1><2>
Article in serial: Dunnett, B.R.K.. 1966. Excavations on North Hill, Colchester. 123:1. p.29.
DESC TEXT: Dunnett, B. Rosalind. K.. 1971. Inventory of Roman Colchester (unpublished MA thesis).
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MCC5391st century defensive ditch of the Roman Colonia, Colchester (Monument)
MCC1586Early Roman ditch, 44 North Hill, Colchester (Monument)
MCC2027Roman building in Insula 3, Colchester (Monument)
MCC2350Roman street and drain between Insulae 2 and 3, Colchester (Monument)
MCC2026Roman street between Insula 3 and 11, Colchester (Monument)
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