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account of Caister Camp, near Norwich, and of the antiquities found there.

Robert Fitch

account of Caister Camp, near Norwich, and of the antiquities found there.

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Published by Miller & Leavins in Norwich .
Written in English


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How gladly must the victims of internal warfare have turned their eyes from the baronial castle, the. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. There are some crop marks of a possible, but small camp outside the walls, but no evidence has ever been found of a town there.

Finally, and perhaps most significant of all, a riverbank has just been uncovered a full two metres below the present South Quay, inside of which, at a similar depth, a Roman pot-sherd was earlier found. - The Dene Well, Albion Road, covered up, and the ancient mode of drawing water replaced by a pump, which was ordered to be removed in Nov.,on account of the impurity of the water.

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And Norwich was built of Caister stone.” There is, however, no evidence that Caister was ever more than a village on the banks of the Taas, where the Romans built a camp to overawe the neighbourhood; while all the old Roman roads have always radiated from Norwich, proving that it was a place of importance in the Roman period.

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“The remains of two bodies (no doubt those of Roman soldiers) were lately dug and of the antiquities found there. book in a field opposite the west front of the Roman camp at Caister, near Norwich.

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