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Evolution of a Romano-British Courtyard Villa (Hardback)

Excavations at the former Dings Crusaders Rugby Ground, Stoke Gifford 2016–2018

Ancient History > Roman Britain P&S History > Archaeology > British Archaeology

Imprint: Cotswold Archaeology
Series: Cotswold Archaeology Monograph
Pages: 256
Illustrations: 92 B&W and col figs and photos
ISBN: 9781999822217
Published: 4th September 2023
Casemate UK Academic

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Excavations between 2016–2018 revealed a series of structures that were re-organised and rebuilt over time, which culminated in a stone-built winged corridor villa in the mid to late 4th century AD. Wings were added to the buildings and a portico at the front opened out onto a courtyard. The outer courtyard was flanked by ancillary buildings, one of which contained a hypocaust and another a small bath suite. Finds included a rare copper alloy figurative lamp with probable foreign origins, a lion mask and a range of pottery, glass worked stone and bone. Environmental remains indicate a mixed arable and pastoral agricultural economy that supported its inhabitants and may have produced a surplus. Wood for fuel and other purposes was obtained from surrounding hedges and copses.

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