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The villa was located approx. 600 m NW of the junction of the Roman roads from York and Malton heading to Brough, and was discovered in 1939 and excavated in ther same year and in 1973. Stone built walls, laid floors, roof tiles, flue tiles, tessarae and coloured wall plaster were found, and as the site was found to extend at least 20m north of Hotham Lane and 30m south of it there appears to have been a substantial house.

It appears to have been occupied from c220 to 370 AD.

Newbald
Villa
E. Riding, SE 904 354
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