Roman Villa at Stroud

3D recreation of Stroud Roman Villa by Julian Baker. It was first excavated in 1907 and probably the home of a British farmer. Aisled hall and nine rooms in main building, both house to west, animal shelters and hay store to east.
Julian Baker

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  • Lovely reconstruction but how did this building sit in it’s commercial, agricultural and ceremonial setting? Some maps and even some illustrations showing this would be welcome. Thanks (from a former denizen of your parts with an interest in all things landscape – especially the historic landscape)

    By Chris Hannington (01/09/2022)
  • Liss Archaeology is currently undertaking significant re-excavation of the Roman Villa site at Stroud which is shedding new light on what it might have been. This is unpublished at the moment to avoid alerting the nighthawks.

    It was certainly not just a farming villa as a number of other buildings have been discovered.

    When the results are made public, we will re-publish!

    By Ian Wesley (02/09/2022)

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