Ancient and Historical Monuments in the County of Gloucester Iron Age and Romano-British Monuments in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1976.
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(16 miles N. of Cirencester)
The alleged 'camp' on Langley Hill (SP 008290) cannot be accepted as a hill-fort on the basis of the visible remains (see p. xxxiv).
A monumental stone with a relief of a Roman soldier was found somewhere in Stancombe Wood (SP 039285). (fn. 1) A concentration of Romano-British pottery has been noted in a gas-pipe trench at SP 035279, with a further scatter extending N.N.E. past Stancombe Wood to SP 045305. (fn. 2)
Roman material of the 4th century has been found embodied in a Saxon rampart N. of the town (SP 024284), (fn. 3) and fragments of black urns 'of ancient British date' were reported from a nearby location N. of the church. (fn. 4)