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XXXIII—On the Discovery of a Romano-British Cemetery near Plymouth
Early as the Romans were known to have visited the southern and southwestern shores of England, it is remarkable that so little should be left to testify to it. Historians inform us that on the banks of the waters that flow into the Plymouth Sound there was once a Roman station, but no record or evidence remains that can establish the precise locality of the ancient Tamara. Attempts have not been wanting to fix it somewhat near the present village of Tamerton, but it appears to me that there isdoi:10.1017/s0261340900002630 fatcat:n7nff7oft5dnbgd66x3disihie