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The Roman temple at Wanborough, excavation 1985-1986

M G O'CONNELL AND JOANNA BIRD

A coin hoard was deposited at the site in the period following the Claudian conquest of southern Britain. The first conclusive evidence of the religious nature of the site was in the form of a dedicatory deposit preceding the construction of a Romano-Celtic type temple in stone after the middle of the 2nd century. The temple, together with at least one ancillary building, probably continued in use into the second half of the 4th century when demolition took place.

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