Sitefind, Roman small one handled Samian flagon in Central Gaulish Lezoux ware, with reconstructed handle. The form is uncommon but is probably of Antoinine date of around mid 2nd century, found in Pit II.13, layer 32. Excavations by Mary Oliver in 1965 prior to building at Oakridge revealed a large site with pits, enclosure ditches, field boundaries and a well. Occupation may have been continuous from the early Iron Age to the 4th century AD. The early Roman well was excavated to its total depth of 26.67m (87'6''). The shaft contained all kinds of material suggesting a ritual backfilling for the feature as well as the dumping of rubbish.excavated Oakridge II Estate, Basingstoke, Hampshire.