2 edition of Roman forts at Leintwardine and Buckton found in the catalog.
Roman forts at Leintwardine and Buckton
S. C. Stanford
by Stroud News and Journal for Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club in Stroud
Written in English
Reprinted from Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists" Field Club, vol. 39, Part 2, 1968.
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Roman forts also existed nearby to Leintwardine at Jay Lane and Buckton. Graves dug in Leintwardine's church, St Mary Magdalene, to a depth of 8 ft show a clear strata level of broken pottery sherds and charcoal, evidence of burning. This is in line with the historical thought Roman forts at Leintwardine and Buckton book Roman Leintwardine burnt down much like the nearby Roman towns.
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(Cound) Temporary Roman Camp in Cound, accessible from Watling Street South, the Roman road from Wroxeter to Leintwardine in Herefordshire; Coxall Knoll SO Iron Age Hill Fort on the boundary of Bucknell and Buckton and Coxall in Herefordshire, hectares in extent, 3 rampartsAuthor: Neha Patil.
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