Buckland. (1) Hill-fort on Burhill.
(8 miles W. of Cirencester)
(1) Mound, possibly Roman (SO 89560384), N. of
Middle Hill Farm, was totally carted away in 1866;
original accounts refer to the find-place as 'Bisley
Common'. Finds included: six Roman altars, four of
them to Mars and two small ones uninscribed, a 2nd-century coin, Roman pottery, bones and 'unctuous
animal matter'. Surviving objects are in Stroud Museum.
TBGAS, V (1880–1), II, 39; 60 (1938), 297. Toynbee (1964),
154. Further information from Mr. L. J. Walrond.