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158                    THE SUSSEX COAST
apartment, mingled with the ashes of the dead." The building was really a villa; the account is superficial and rather careless. If Saxon objects were really found, it is of unusual interest, as we have almost no evidence of Roman villas having been occupied by our invading forefathers, and yet it seems that in some cases they must have utilised them. Sussex has many examples of Roman building materials used in churches of early date.
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