King's Dyke Burials
Excavated by the Peterborough Museum Field Club, there were 8 burials laid out in three short rows. Directly to the west a curving ditch produced pottery of the first- and second-centuries, and a badly worn coin of Trajan, which suggested loss late in the second-century.
The skeletons were aligned north-south, and all were male.
Adrian Challands, 'The Kings Dyke Burials', Durobrivae - A Review of Nene Valley Archaeology : 5 (1976), p. 27-29.