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FROCESTER COURT ROMAN VILLA

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The site of a Roman villa at Frocester Court dating from around 270 AD to the 5th century. During excavations it was discovered to be of a winged corridor plan with a hypocaust and mosiac, forge and corn dryer. A series of ditches pre-dating the villa were also in evidence. The villa has been extensively robbed, largely during the 13th century and it is suggested that the stone may have been re-used in the building of the nearby tithe barn.

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