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Somerset Historic Environment Record


Site Name: Roman buildings, Cranmore
Civil Parish: Cranmore
Grid Ref: ST 66 43 (ST 64 SE)
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The public accessibility of this site is unknown or has not been checked. Please ask locally and do not visit without permission. [Information last updated on 21 May 2003]


Skinner records a Roman pavement found about 1800 at West Cranmore and Sir R.C Hoare notes coins and a fragment of pavement. These are probably the same site. {1}

Skinners mss states that "Mr Knatchbull informed me a Roman pavement had been discovered about 20 years age (1800) near Mr Stroud's at West Cranmore". His accompanying sketch map annotates West Cranmore with "Roman Remains" but does not indicate a site. Nothing is known of the site locally and the tithe map has no significant field names. Marginal site. {2}


1 Mention - Victoria County History of Somerset 1906 vol 1, 219
2 Detailed records - Ordnance Survey Archaeology Division 1966 ST64SE2 (SCC Planning Department)
3 Map - West Cranmore tithe map.  (1840) Available at Somerset Heritage Centre (digital image, fiche and originals). Reference: D/D/Rt/M/275

Record created in April 1985

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