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A FIELD SURVEY
A Field Survey Fourth Report
The Existing Profile of the Dyke
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A.D. Room Account alignment Antonine appears Arch bank base bones Brecon building carried central Church clay close coal condition containing continued course covered cross ditch Drag Dyke early east edge evidence examples excavation extending face feet field figure Flavian floor foundations fragments frieze Hadrian-Antonine Head Hill indicated inscription interesting late later layer lead lower metalling mound Museum North Wales occupation occurred original Panel decoration parish period pink portion pottery praetorium present probably remains Report represented road Roman Room 27 Room 31 round Samian second century A.D. seems seen shows side similar slope stamp stone straight structure suggests thick thin third timber traces Trajan upper Wales wall ware and glaze yards