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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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(18 miles S.W. of Cirencester)

Romano-British objects have been found in the vicinity of Symonds' Hall Farm (ST 790960). A fragment of a quern (fn. 1) was picked up immediately S. of the farm in 1969 (ST 790958). A metal spoon (fn. 2) was found below the farm in Tyley Bottom (ST 7794). A stone votive tablet (fn. 3) depicting three Celtic mother-goddesses may originate from this area, or from Kingscote (1) further east. A brooch (fn. 4) was found in the parish in 1883.

Wotton-Under-Edge. (1) Enclosures.

(1) Enclosures (ST 802964), undated, are revealed by crop-marks in fields immediately W. of the Chessalls (Kingscote (1), p. 71).

C.U.A.P., OAP AZN 51.


  • 1. In Gloucester City Museum.
  • 2. TBGAS, 67 (1946–8), 398. The object is lost.
  • 3. PCNFC, XVIII (1913), 123. Toynbee (1964), 173. In private possession.
  • 4. In Sir John Evans's collection, Ashmolean Museum.