The Site of St Saviour's Abbey, Including the Remains of an Iron Age Farmstead and Faversham Roman Villa

Kent

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Enclosure
Iron Age

Data Source

English Heritage

County Council

Kent County Council

District Council

Swale Borough Council

Parish

Faversham

Parliamentary Constituency

Faversham and Mid Kent

Grid Reference

OR020020 (602009, 161716)

WGS84 Coordinates

51.3181, 0.899283

Nearest Postcode

ME13 7BJ

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Notes

Site of a Roman corridor villa dating from the late 1st century to 300 AD, excavated in 1965. Remains of an apsidal dining room, a mosaic floor, a hypocaust and painted wall plaster were found. Beneath this was evidence of an Iron Age enclosure and field system. Coins, pottery sherds ditches and pits were found dating to this era. The site is now occupied by school playing fields.

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