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The site of Brantingham Roman villa is found at the other end of the long lane leading south east from the village, known as Brantingham Outgang. First discovered in 1941 when two mosaics were were found at Cockle Pits stone quarry. They were recorded and reburied and removed to Hull Museum in 1948, one disappeared. The discovery of further mosiac remains 70m to the north in 1961 resulted in excavations the following year. These recovered the remains of an exceptionally large room with a tessellated floor, 11.13m x 7.77m, a corridor and the remains of four other rooms, three of which had tessellated floors. Several hut circles visible. A double-ditched linear feature runs north-east to south-west.

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Bransby Park
East Riding, SE 9318 2875
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