ARCHI UK Roman Dog Mosaic

, Newent, Gloucestershire

The ARCHI database has found 240 sites within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire. Data from British Archaeological Records, Historic Sites and Monuments Databases, Local History Sources and Archaeology Research Reports.

roman (40) romano-british/iron age (1) anglo-saxon (9) iron age (14) bronze age (20) medieval (76) post-medieval (11) mesolithic (16) neolithic (6) unclassified ancient (5) unclassified historic (3) industrial (3) tithe map data (36) 


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Search Results from the ARCHI Database of British Archaeological Sites and Historical Monuments, British Archaeological sites, Ancient History and Archaeology, Historical Places, Treasure Hunting Findspots, Metal Detecting finds, Archaeological Distribution Maps, 19th Century Old Ordnance Survey (OS) Maps and Local History relating to: SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559


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Roman (40)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 40 Roman archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Roman

Description: Severn valley ware found - coin of carausius (Roman coin) found - tegula found; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site - site of Roman feature - site of Roman pit - site of Roman ditch - Roman metal working site - site of Roman activity; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], - - - - - , gloucestershire

Distance: 1.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Romano-British settlement; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.1 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Hoard of Roman treasure found: hoard of Roman treasure found: Roman hoard of found - hoard of Roman treasure found: hoard of coin found; Little Gorsley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 3.8 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Samian found - mortaria found - black burnished found - site of Roman road; Huntley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site - site of Roman ditches - site of Roman deposit - Roman industrial site; Brooms Green - -, Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], - - - , gloucestershire

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Settlement (minor); Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road - site of Roman deposit - site of Roman deposit; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Occupation site - samian found - mortaria found - severn valley pottery found; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site - site of Roman road - site of Roman occupation; Brooms Green -, Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], -, gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Roman coin of tiberius found; Brooms Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.8 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Romano-British activity - site of Roman town - site of Roman wall; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.5 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site - site of possible Roman settlement; Brooms Green, Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], -, gloucestershire

Distance: 6.5 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Settlement (major); Ariconivm / Ariconium, Weston-under-penyard, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.5 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Tessellated pavement found - tesserae found; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.6 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Town of ariconium; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.6 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman cropmark - site of probable Roman settlement; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.7 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road alignment; Bulley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 7.7 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.1 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman cropmark - site of Roman hut - site of Roman boundary; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 7.8 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman cropmark - site of Roman hut - site of Roman field system; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman occupation; Highnam Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.6 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 8.4 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 8.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman building - tesserae found - hypocaust found - site of alleged Roman kiln; Donnington, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 8.8 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of possible Roman building; Rudhall, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman structure - site of Roman pit - site of Roman ditch; Ryeford, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site - Roman iron working site - Roman iron working site; Elmore Back, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], -, gloucestershire

Distance: 10.5 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman road; Over, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of probable Roman burials; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.0 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman wall - site of Roman colonia - fourth-century found; Over, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.8 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Industrial site; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman small settlement; Gloucester, SO 816 175, gloucestershire

Distance: 12.2 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman field boundary; Hempstead, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.7 km

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Period: Roman

Description: Site of Roman metalled surface - site of Roman road; Hempstead, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 13.7 km

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Roman sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

Note: Four figure National Grid Reference Numbers such as TQ 12 34 are accurate to the root axis co-ordinate of the corresponding 1km Square of the British National Grid Referencing System.

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Roman Archaeological Glossary

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carausius - coin - cropmark - hoard - hypocaust - imbrex_and_tegula - kiln - metalled - roman_britain - roman_coin - roman_road - samian_ware - tesserae - tiberius - treasure -

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Romano-british/Iron Age / Celtic (1)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 1 Romano-british/Iron Age / Celtic archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Romano-british/Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Industrial site; Crooked End, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.9 km

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Romano-british/Iron Age / Celtic sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Anglo-Saxon (9)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 9 Anglo-Saxon archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Saxon site. record requiring further analysis.; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Anglo-saxon treasure found: saxon treasure found: gold saxon coin found, (dated: 600-675 ad) (1); Cliffords Mesne, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.2 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Building material in church - fabric in lower parts of walls; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Church; St Mary, Brooms Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.5 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Saxon site. record requiring further analysis.; Upton Crews, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.3 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Saxon coin of Æ - thelred found, (dated: 978-1016 ad) (1); Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.9 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Saxon site. record requiring further analysis.; Yatton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Site of offas dyke; Yatton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Anglo-saxon

Description: Industrial site; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.8 km

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Anglo-Saxon sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Anglo-Saxon Archaeological Glossary

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dyke - ethelred - saxon -

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Iron Age / Celtic (14)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 14 Iron Age / Celtic archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Celtic / Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age gold coin found - Iron Age treasure found: dobunnic gold stater found; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 0.0 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Site of Iron Age hillfort; Glasshouse, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.5 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Celtic / Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age gold coins (staters) found - Iron Age treasure found: gaulish gold coin found; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Celtic / Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age treasure found: Iron Age gold coins (staters) found; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.6 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Iron Age coin found - Iron Age bronze coin found; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.1 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Iron Age coin found; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Site; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.3 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Hillfort with a single defensive bank; Haffield, Herefords., [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.0 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Hillfort with a single defensive bank; Gadbury Bank, Eldersfield, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.8 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Site of Iron Age univallate; Eldersfield, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.8 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Site of hillfort; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Hillfort; Westbury (or Welshbury), Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Welshbury hillfort and associated earthworks; Blaisdon, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.5 km

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Period: Iron Age / Celtic

Description: Palstave found - Iron Age hillfort with a single defensive bank; Oldbury Camp - Oldbury, Lyne Down, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 11.6 km

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Iron Age / Celtic sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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coin - dobunnic - earthworks - gaulish - hillfort - iron_age - stater - staters - treasure -

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Bronze Age (20)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 20 Bronze Age archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Bronze age

Description: Palstave found; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.2 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Rapier found - rapiers found; Little Gorsley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 3.6 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Round barrow; Brand Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.6 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Bronze axe found - bronze spearhead found; Little Gorsley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 3.2 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrows - site of Bronze Age cropmark; Redmarley DAbitot, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.9 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrow; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 7.8 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Flanged axehead found; Staunton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrows - site of Bronze Age cropmark; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Bronze Age site. record requiring further analysis.; Lea, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 8.3 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrows - site of Bronze Age cropmark; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.3 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrow; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.0 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age cropmark - site of Bronze Age round barrows; Mitcheldean, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.5 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrow - site of Bronze Age cropmark; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.4 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of Bronze Age round barrow - site of Bronze Age cropmark; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.2 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site of possible Bronze Age barrows - site of Bronze Age cropmark - site of Bronze Age barrow; Kings Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.6 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.3 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Palstave found; Ryeford, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Site; Lyne Down, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Palstave find; Weston-under-penyard, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.5 km

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Period: Bronze age

Description: Bronze Age site. record requiring further analysis.; Abenhall, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.0 km

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Bronze Age sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Bronze Age Archaeological Glossary

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Medieval (76)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 76 Medieval archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Medieval

Description: Market and fair sited at this town/village; Newent, SO 723 259, gloucestershire

Distance: 0.9 km N-W

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called newent and known as noent mentioned in the domesday book; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 0.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called oxenhall and known as horsenehal mentioned in the domesday book; Oxenhall, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Deserted Medieval village; Oxenhall, Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of moat; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of benedictine priory; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of Medieval deposit; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of moat; Cliffords Mesne, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called carswalls and known as crasowel mentioned in the domesday book; Carswalls, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.8 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Motte; Taynton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called kilcot and known as chilecot mentioned in the domesday book; Kilcot, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called upleadon and known as ledene mentioned in the domesday book; Upleadon, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Deserted Medieval village; Taynton Parva, Kents Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.6 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called pauntley and known as pantelie mentioned in the domesday book; Pauntley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.6 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called hayes and known as hege mentioned in the domesday book; Hayes, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called taynton and known as tatinton/tetinton mentioned in the domesday book; Taynton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.1 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of motte; Aston Ingham, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 4.1 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Deserted Medieval village; Pauntley, Redmarley DAbitot, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of lynchet; Aston Ingham, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 4.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: / english castle remains; Dymock Castle, Poolhill, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.5 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Castle tump; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called tibberton and known as tebriston mentioned in the domesday book; Tibberton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 5.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called ketford and known as chitiford mentioned in the domesday book; Ketford, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 5.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of 16th century farmhouse; Crews Hill, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 5.6 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of ridge and furrow; Crews Hill, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 5.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of lynchet; Aston Crews, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 5.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called oridge street and known as tereige mentioned in the domesday book; Oridge street, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Cross in all saints churchyard 19; Longhope, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called dymock and known as dimoch mentioned in the domesday book; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called kempley kempley and kempley green and known as chenepelei mentioned in the domesday book; Kempley kempley and kempley green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called rudford and known as rudeford mentioned in the domesday book; Rudford, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called morwent in hartpury and known as merewent/merwen mentioned in the domesday book; Morwent in hartpury, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called redmarley dabitot glos. and known as ridmerlege mentioned in the domesday book; Redmarley dabitot glos., [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called huntley and known as huntelei mentioned in the domesday book; Huntley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Market and fair sited at this town/village; Dymock, SO 701 312, gloucestershire

Distance: 6.5 km N-E

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Period: Medieval

Description: Market and fair sited at this town/village; Staunton, SO 782 293, gloucestershire

Distance: 7.5 km N-W

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Period: Medieval

Description: Market and fair sited at this town/village; Lea, SO 658 217, hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.0 km S-E

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Period: Medieval

Description: Castle; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called bulley and known as bulelege mentioned in the domesday book; Bulley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 7.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called longhope and known as hope mentioned in the domesday book; Longhope, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 7.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Market and fair sited at this town/village; Mitcheldean, SO 663 185, gloucestershire

Distance: 8.6 km S-E

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called churcham and known as hamme mentioned in the domesday book; Churcham, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called lassington and known as lessedune mentioned in the domesday book; Lassington, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Possible site of Medieval vineyard; Bromsberrow Heath, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.5 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Moated site; Highnam Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.5 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of moat; Lime Street, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.8 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called bromsberrow and known as brunmeberge mentioned in the domesday book; Bromsberrow, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called mitcheldean and known as dene mentioned in the domesday book; Mitcheldean, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called highnam and known as hamme mentioned in the domesday book; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called pendock and known as penedoc/peonedoc mentioned in the domesday book; Pendock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Moated site; Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Mortimers castle n and e of churchname; Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Deserted Medieval village; Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.9 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called ashleworth and known as esceleworde mentioned in the domesday book; Ashleworth, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called kingstone in weston under penyard, herefs. and known as chingestune mentioned in the domesday book; Kingstone in weston under penyard, herefs., [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.1 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called preston in dymock and known as prestetune mentioned in the domesday book; Preston in dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called yatton and known as getune mentioned in the domesday book; Yatton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called moorcroft moorcroft and moorcroft, upper and known as morcote mentioned in the domesday book; Moorcroft moorcroft and moorcroft, upper, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.6 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called weston under penyard and known as westune mentioned in the domesday book; Weston under penyard, SO 62 23, hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.2 km S-E

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called hasfield and known as hasfelde mentioned in the domesday book; Hasfield, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called sandhurst and known as sanher mentioned in the domesday book; Sandhurst, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Castle remains; Littledean Castle, Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Chapel at farmname; Stocking, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.8 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: 15th century pottery found; Elmore Back, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.5 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Motte and bailey castle; Mortimers Castle, Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Churchyard cross, st bartholomews church; Much Marcle, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Churchyard cross; Maisemore, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called brawn and known as brewere/brwne mentioned in the domesday book; Brawn, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Industrial site; Hope Mansell, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 11.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Ladys well; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.2 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Hempsted village cross; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.4 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Ruardean castle -; Ruardean, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.3 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Site of ridge and furrow; Hempstead, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.8 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: 14th century pottery found; Hempstead, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Place called hempsted in gloucester and known as hechanestede mentioned in the domesday book; Hempsted in gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.7 km

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Period: Medieval

Description: Deserted Medieval village; Pendock, Slades Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 13.0 km

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Medieval sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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castle - chapel - church - churchyard - cross - deserted_medieval_village - domesday - lynchet - medieval - motte - priory -

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Post-Medieval (11)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 11 Post-Medieval archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Post-medieval

Description: Industrial site; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.4 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Site of 20th century deposit; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.9 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Site of post-Medieval ditch; Gorsley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 3.1 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Site of post-Medieval quarry; Aston Ingham, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 4.2 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Site of post-Medieval ditch; Crews Hill, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 5.5 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Industrial site; Dursley Cross, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Industrial site; Aston Crews, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Ashleworth tithe barn; Ashleworth, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.8 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Gunns mills furnace - industrial site; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Industrial site; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.1 km

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Period: Post-medieval

Description: Site of brickwork; Broadmoor, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.3 km

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Post-Medieval sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Post-Medieval Archaeological Glossary

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Mesolithic (16)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 16 Mesolithic archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Mesolithic

Description: Microliths found; Taynton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.5 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Flint microlith core found; Brand Green, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.5 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Microliths found; Taynton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 2.5 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Microliths found; Huntley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.7 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Scraper found; Linton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.2 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Scraper found; Linton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.6 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Flint microlith core found; Linton, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Flint scraper, flint blade found; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.5 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Microliths found; Blaisdon, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.9 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Flint blade found; Lyne Down, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Scrapers found; Leddington, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.4 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Artefact found; Lyne Down, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 9.4 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Scrapers found; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.7 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Artefact found; Drybrook, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.7 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Scraper found; Drybrook, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.0 km

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Period: Mesolithic

Description: Flint microlith found; Lyne Down, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 11.6 km

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Mesolithic sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Mesolithic Archaeological Glossary

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Neolithic (6)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 6 Neolithic archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Neolithic

Description: Polished stone axe found; Newent, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 1.8 km

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Period: Neolithic

Description: Flint arrowhead found; Dymock, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 6.3 km

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Period: Neolithic

Description: Polished flint axe found; Bromsash, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 7.7 km

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Period: Neolithic

Description: Barbed and tanged arrowhead found; Flaxley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 9.7 km

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Period: Neolithic

Description: Axe head found; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.2 km

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Period: Neolithic

Description: Flint arrow found - flint arrowheads found - flint arrowheads found; Crooked End, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 12.2 km

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Neolithic sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Unclassified ancient (5)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 5 Unclassified ancient archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Unclassified ancient

Description: Flint site; Huntley, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 4.7 km

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Period: Unclassified ancient

Description: Site of possible prehistoric triple ditched; Bromsberrow, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.4 km

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Period: Unclassified ancient

Description: Site of ancient cropmark; Bromsberrow, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.4 km

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Period: Unclassified ancient

Description: Dyke on woodname; Stocking, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Unclassified ancient

Description: Over earthwork; Highnam, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.7 km

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Unclassified ancient sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Unclassified historic (3)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 3 Unclassified historic archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Unclassified historic

Description: Industrial site; Abenhall, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Unclassified historic

Description: Over bridge; Over, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.0 km

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Period: Unclassified historic

Description: Industrial site; Gloucester, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 11.8 km

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Unclassified historic sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Industrial (3)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 3 Industrial archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Industrial

Description: Royal observer corps underground monitoring post; Crews Hill, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], hereford & worcester

Distance: 5.7 km

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Period: Industrial

Description: Disused railway station; Barbers Bridge Station, Rudford, SO 772 223, gloucestershire

Distance: 5.9 km S-W

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Period: Industrial

Description: Royal observer corps underground monitoring post; Hasfield, [Upgrade for exact site location at ARCHI UK], gloucestershire

Distance: 8.7 km

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Industrial sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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Tithe map data (36)

ARCHI has found within 10 km of , Newent, Gloucestershire 36 Tithe map data archaeological / historic / ancient sites and monuments. Data gathered from old ordnance survey (OS) maps, tithe maps, field names, aerial photographs, reports of antiquity findspots, archaeological excavation, research of old and historic documents and by archaeologists, field walkers, metal detecting detectorists, treasure hunters and local historians and reports from local history associations and historical societies.


Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of mill, gardens (coloured), orchards, parkland and arable are marked on the old newent [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Newent, SO 72 25, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 0.0 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of gardens (coloured), orchards and arable are marked on the old oxenhall [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Oxenhall, SO 70 27, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 2.8 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of footpath and/or bridleway, arable, orchards and bridges are marked on the old upleadon [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Upleadon, SO 75 26, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 3.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of mills and field gates are marked on the old pauntley [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Pauntley, SO 73 28, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 3.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of orchards, arable, quarry and bridges are marked on the old taynton [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Taynton, SO 73 21, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 4.1 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of rectory, mills, footpath and/or bridleway and coppice are marked on the old aston ingham [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Aston Ingham, SO 68 23, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 4.5 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of poor house, mill, open fields, field gates, field acreages, footpath and/or bridleway, orchards and parkland are marked on the old tibberton [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Tibberton, SO 76 21, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 5.7 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of parsonage, mills, field gates and bridges are marked on the old staunton [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Staunton, SO 77 29, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.4 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of manor and hamlet boundaries, open fields, field gates, footpath and/or bridleway, orchards and bridges are marked on the old rudford [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Rudford, SO 77 21, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.4 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of mills, open fields, bridges and field containing tumulus and marked as antiquities drawn on the old dymock [gloucester] tithe map are marked on the old dymock [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Dymock, SO 69 31, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of mills, pinfold, orchards, parkland, footpath and/or bridleway and bridges are marked on the old redmarley dabitott [redmarley dabitot] [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; SO 75 31, 0000no county. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.7 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of field gates are marked on the old huntley [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Huntley, SO 72 19, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of mills, field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old linton [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map. - location(s) of workhouse, mills, field gates, footpath and/or bridleway and bridges are marked on the old linton [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Linton, SO 66 25, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 6.0 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old lea [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Lea, SO 658 217, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.0 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of field gates are marked on the old kempley [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Kempley, SO 67 30, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.1 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of methodist chapel, vicarage, kennels and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old corse [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Corse, SO 79 28, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.6 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of parsonage, field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old longhope [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Longhope, SO 69 18, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.6 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of vicarage are marked on the old upton bishop [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Upton Bishop, SO 648 276, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.7 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of gardens, orchards, field names, footpath and/or bridleway, arable and bridges are marked on the old bulley [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Bulley, SO 76 19, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 7.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of gardens (coloured), orchards, arable and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old highnam [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map. - location(s) of orchards, arable and persh bed are marked on the old lassington [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Highnam Green, SO 79 20, gloucestershire. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 8.6 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of keepers house, orchards, parkland, field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old bromsberrow [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Bromsberrow, SO 74 33, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 8.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of vicarage, parkland and persh bed are marked on the old hartpury [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Hartpury, SO 80 24, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 8.1 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of rectory and bridges are marked on the old pendock [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Pendock, SO 78 32, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of gardens, orchards, field names, forest land, cleared former woodland and rock outcrops are marked on the old mitcheldean [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Mitcheldean, SO 66 18, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of coppice are marked on the old donnington [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Donnington, SO 70 34, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 9.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old abinghall [abenhall] [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; SO 67 17, 0000no county. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 9.4 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of rectory, mills, field acreages, field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old weston under penyard [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Weston under Penyard, SO 63 22, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 9.5 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of vicarage are marked on the old preston [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Preston, SO 67 34, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 10.3 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of vicarage, village greens, pound, orchards, open fields, field names, field gates, footpath and/or bridleway, persh bed and ferry are marked on the old sandhurst [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Sandhurst, SO 82 23, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 10.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of village green and field gates are marked on the old eldersfield [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Eldersfield, SO 81 31, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 10.8 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of parsonage, village green, open fields and rock outcrops are marked on the old berrow [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Berrow, SO 78 34, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 10.8 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of fishery are marked on the old minsterworth [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Minsterworth, SO 78 17, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 10.0 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of footpath and/or bridleway, avenue of trees and bridges are marked on the old elmore [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; Elmore, SO 77 15, gloucester (gloucestershire). For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 11.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old hope mansell [hereford (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Hope Mansell, SO 62 19, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 11.7 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of rectory, village green, field gates and footpath and/or bridleway are marked on the old birtsmorton [worcestershire (hereford & worcester)] tithe map.; Birtsmorton, SO 79 35, hereford & worcester. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 12.2 km

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Period: Tithe map data

Description: Location(s) of gardens, orchards, field gates, footpath and/or bridleway, parkland and field containing abbeys and marked as antiquities drawn on the old hempstead and south hamlet [hempsted] [gloucester] tithe map are marked on the old hempstead and south hamlet [hempsted] [gloucester (gloucestershire)] tithe map.; SO 81 17, 0000no county. For an introduction to the understanding of Tithe maps and Apportionment Lists to identify archaeologically significant field names see The Secrets of Field Names

Distance: 12.0 km

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Tithe map data sites within 10 km SO7225 Archaeology and Ancient History of Newent, Gloucestershire, British National Grid Reference: SO7225; E-N: 372000 225000; Decimal Latitude/Longitude: 51.922809, -2.408559  View Ordance Survey Map 1 inch to 1 mile 1955-61 on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical Ordnance Survey Old Maps on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire View Historical and Modern Map Overlays on the NLS maps website of , Newent, Gloucestershire Android mobile phone users try the ARCHI Discover Archaeology App. .

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