A Romano-British Livestock Complex in Birminghamby Alex Jones, Bob Burrows, Josh Williams, Annette Hancocks, C. Jane Evans
A report on the excavation of a series of plots, defined by ditches and adjoining metalled roads, in use from the 2nd century into the 3rd century AD. The plots contained a ditched enclosure, two roundhouses and other contemporary features. A double-ditched enclosure was laid out further to the west, set within a ditched compound. Both the enclosure and the compound contained elaborate 'funnel-like' entrance arrangements which suggest use by livestock.
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