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Tumulus (continued) XXX111-16 Trace 3

as a tumulus. On the same authority - Wm Whyte, there was a Roman Camp on the same trace, at the place written "Old Quarry".
There are some appearances of an intrenchment at the place where the bushes are shown on trace, but whether it (the intrenched appearance) has been caused by the working of the quarry, or is a Roman remains, uncertain that it has not, in the absence of other authorities, been written on the examination trace. The mound, or raised ground on which this camp (?) stands, is called by Wm Whyte, "Deuan", or "Roman Hill", but this name cannot be identified by the best and oldest authorities in the Parish

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