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Wiltshire Community History

Timeline for Date Roman Period

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Aldbourne Roman Period There are settlements between North Farm and Lottage and settlements and a field system at Upper Upham and Shipley
Calne Roman Period Villas at Bowood, Studley and Sandy Lane
Corsham Roman Period Discoveries of such items as coins and an arch suggest possible Roman occupation
Cricklade Roman Period Finds of Roman artefacts in the town suggest that settlement was only temporary, probably used as a marching camp or occupied by those maintaining the Ermin Street crossing over the river Thames
Hullavington Roman Period Eight Romano-British coins, a bronze finger ring and two brooches located in Bradfield indicates a settlement here
Keevil Roman Period Roman structures built. It is unclear if it was a farm, a villa or a Roman army encampment
Purton Roman Period 19th century discovery of a walled cemetery, kilns, pottery and tiles provide evidence of Roman occupation
Ramsbury Roman Period Roman villas at Littlecote, Rudge and Crowood excavated in the 20th century provide evidence of settlement in the parish at this time
Westbury Roman Period A pottery kiln site at Wellhead, villas at Chalcot and Storridge and pots at the Ham provide evidence of Roman occupation
Wootton Bassett Roman period 20th century finds of Romano-British pottery suggest possible Roman occupation



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