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Charles Roeder
(1848–1911)
A German-born, British amateur archaeologist, folklorist, and naturalist,[1] noted for his pioneering excavations of Roman artifacts from the Castlefied area of Manchester, carried out from 1897 to 1900.[2]

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  1. Brief Biography of C. Roeder 1848-1911, isle-of-man.com
  2. Woodman, Deborah (2017). Story of Manchester. 
 

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