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Roman Antiquities At Lydney Park, Gloucestershire

Being A Posthumous Work Of The Rev. William Hiley Bathurst

by William Hiley Bathurst

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Religion

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsC. W. King (Contributor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10574968M
    ISBN 100548305706
    ISBN 109780548305706
    OCLC/WorldCa166367048

      The incredible bronze dog statue found in Gloucestershire. However there is also the possibility that a previously undiscovered Roman temple may be sited elsewhere in Gloucestershire. Lydney is a small town and civil parish in the English county of is on the west bank of the River Severn, in the Forest of Dean and is 16 miles (25 km) southwest of Gloucester as the crow flies. The town has been bypassed since by the A48 population was about 8, in the census, reducing to 8, at the census.

      Seven dogs of comparable subject and function were excavated from an Iron Age temple of Nodens at Lydney Park, Gloucestershire, cf. R.E.M. Wheeler and T.V. Wheeler, Report on the Excavation of the Prehistoric, Roman, and Post-Roman Site in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire, London, , pp. , pl. Since the present dog's find spot is in the. The estate is open to the public in the Spring and is also open on selected days as part of the National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book). A visit to Lydney Park Gardens is a great fun family day out - stroll through the woodland garden, picnic in the Deer Park, explore the Roman ruins and visit the museums, including our New Zealand Museum.

    A hoard of ancient Roman bronze artefacts discovered in Gloucestershire includes a unique sculpture of a ‘licking’ dog, never found before in Britain – and archaeologists have a fascinating theory about its origins and why it was hidden. The discovery was made by a local metal detectorist who contacted the archaeology team. Roman sites in Gloucestershire - attractions and Travel Information. Part of the Britain Express travel guide to Gloucestershire, England, highlighting attractions, history, and visitor information. this page listing Chedworth Roman Villa - Lydney Park Roman Camp.


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A map of the district in which Lydney Park is situated, included in the illustrations, shows the Roman stations about the Severn.

An excellent list of Roman coins found at Lydney, drawn up by the. Excavations at the Roman Temple in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire in and - Volume 79 - P J Casey, B Hoffmann, J Dore.

Roman Antiquities at Lydney Park, Gloucestershire, London. Bidwell, P T The Roman Fort at Vindolanda, London. Bidwell, P T and Holbrook, N Full text of "Roman antiquities at Lydney park, Gloucestershire. Being a posthumous work of the Rev. William Hiley Bathurst, M. Lydney Park Estate is open to the public in the Spring and is also open on selected days as part of the National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book).

A visit to Lydney Park Gardens is a great fun family day out - stroll through the woodland garden, picnic in the Deer Park, explore the Roman ruins and visit the museums, including our New Zealand Museum.

Two Decorative Relief Carvings at Lydney Park, Gloucestershire - Volume 63 Issue 2 - T. Blagg. Join Forgotten Books 1, books Unlimited reading Dedicated support Small monthly fee Click here to learn more Continue as guest Some pages are restricted Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member.

Get this from a library. Report on the excavation of the prehistoric, Roman, and Post-Roman site in Lydney Park, Gloucestershire. [Mortimer Wheeler; Tessa Verney Wheeler].

Bathurst (Rev. William Hilley) ROMAN ANTIQUITIES AT LYDNEY PARK, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Being a Posthumous Work of the Rev. William Hiley Bathurst, M.A. With Notes by C.W. King. See sample text Daubeny (Ulric) ANCIENT COTSWOLD nham: () See sample text Ellacombe (Rev.

Henry N) IN MY VICARAGE GARDEN AND edition, Lydney Park is a 17th-century country estate surrounding Lydney House, located at Lydney in the Forest of Dean district in Gloucestershire, is known for its gardens and Roman. About Lydney Park Estate.

Lydney Park Estate is situated between Gloucester and Chepstow in the Forest Of Dean. The original mansion house at Lydney Park was built by the Wintour Family who were prominent supporters of King Charles I. In Lydney Park Estate was acquired by Benjamin Bathurst and his descendants have owned it ever since.

Roman Remains In Lydney Park, Gloucestershire [Scarth, Harry Mengden] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Roman Remains In Lydney Park, Gloucestershire Author: Harry Mengden Scarth. Historical Description. Lydney, a small town and a parish in Gloucestershire. The town stands in Dean Forest, on a streamlet running to the Severn about a mile W.

of the Severn and 9 NE of Chepstow; is supposed to occupy the site of the Roman station Abona, has a harbour called Lydney Creek entered through gates 34 feet wide and containing berthage for vessels of tons. This is a real hidden gem.

Only open on limited days I went there looking for the Roman remains but found so much more. I spent 3 to 4 hours wandering around the beautiful landscape for a small entrance free. You park in the grounds and the Roman remains (a large temple and bath / TripAdvisor reviews. Roman Antiquities at Lydney Park Glouce on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Roman Antiquities at Lydney Park Glouce: : Books Skip. This temple (SO ) is situated in the parkland of the Lydney estate, just west of the village of Lydney on the western side of the Severn valley in Gloucestershire. The Roman site, locally nicknamed the 'Dwarf's Chapel', was first excavated in The early excavations exposed the buildings and uncovered many votive artefacts, including.

Lydney Park is open to the public on Sundays, Wednesdays and Bank Holidays from late March to early June each year. There is an admission charge. For more information call Lydney Park, Gloucestershire Roman Temple Once a Iron Age fort, Lydney Park was used by the Romans for the mining of iron ore. In the 4th century AD a temple was built on the site, the remains of which can still be seen today.

Carvoran Roman Fort, Northumberland Hadrian's Wall Fort.