Thesaurus Term/Concept: HYPOCAUST

Identifier 68967
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A Roman under-floor heating system in which hot air heated by a stoked furnace, flowed through channels, created by either raising the floor on pillars of brick and tile or cutting channels into the concrete floor and tiling over them.

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Context Record
Monument Type MSF36158 Bath House Hypocaust (Ipswich UAD child record)
Monument Type MSF2352 Burnt House Farm (Rom) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF8879 Camp Field (Monument)
Monument Type MSF6013 Church of St Peter & St Paul, Kedington, (Roman) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF6400 Exning Villa (Monument)
Monument Type MSF10076 Horselands Field; Roman Villa SW of Weatherhill Farm (Rom) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF3286 Part of a Roman tile structure, possibly a collapsed pila of a hypocaust and scatter of Roman pottery. (Rom) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF4253 Roman artefact scatter of pottery sherds and a gold coin of Vespasian (Poorly Located Monument)
Monument Type MSF9145 Roman Camp N of Pakenham windmill (Rom) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF25265 Roman Villa, Castle Hill, Ipswich. (Monument)
Monument Type MSF4743 Roman Villa, Castle Hill, Whitton, Ipswich, (IAS 8208). (Monument)
Monument Type MSF7201 Sty Field, Dover Farm (Rom) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF8853 Thistley Green, West Row (Mildenhall Roman Site) (Monument)
Monument Type MSF5172 Town House - fruit farm (Monument)
Monument Type MSF18 Windmill Hill (Rom) (Monument)