Webster, G., Coope, G. Russell. and Osborne, P. J. (1967). I, Excavations at the Romano-British villa in Barnsley Park, Cirencester, 1961-66; II, Report on the coleopterous fauna of the Roman well at Barnsley Park .... Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc 86. Vol 86, pp. 74-83.

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I, Excavations at the Romano-British villa in Barnsley Park, Cirencester, 1961-66; II, Report on the coleopterous fauna of the Roman well at Barnsley Park ...
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Trans Bristol Gloucestershire Archaeol Soc 86
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Transactions of the Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
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86
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74 - 83
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After six seasons of excavation a tentative building sequence can be offered. Occupation, perhaps in timber buildings, had begun by late 2nd cent. A small bath house shows 2-3 building phases, one dated AD 330-5 or later. The main building so far investigated appears to be a "winged corridor house" dated by a coin of 337-41. When this was modified later to agricultural use a barn was also built over earlier structures including a smithy. The length of this occupation phase is unknown, but it probably lasted into 5th cent because the structures were remodified before finally decaying. Two wells were filled up with building stone. The coin list is compared with those of Corinium and the neighbouring villas. Pottery from the wells is catalogued, and also the beetle fauna, but other organic remains are still under examination (see 68/211). A study of the associated field system is in progress.
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Graham Webster
G Russell Coope
P J Osborne
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1967
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Bath House (Auto Detected Subject))
Field System (Auto Detected Subject))
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Roman (MIDAS)
Ad 3305 (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Corridor House (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008