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BARRINGTON PARK VILLA

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A Romano-British building, interpreted as a villa, was discovered by chance here in 1867 and was partly excavated in 1882. A well-built wall, plunge bath, roof slates, tiles and pottery were recovered. A large Roman building platform or a Post Medieval sub rectangular spoil heap is visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs. This site has been mapped as part of the Cotswold Hills National Mapping Programme.

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