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Excavations at Irchester, 1962-3.
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Excavations at Silchester infor example, located a skeleton in the baths of the mansio (Anon ); this was considered to be the result of ‘violence and fire’ (Kempe ) and to represent the end of civilised standards and of law and order (Boon 81–2).7 Similarly, Thomas Wright’s nineteenth-century excavations at.