Monument record 0040000000 - LATIMER VILLA

Summary

Iron Age and Roman settlement at Latimer Villa recorded in excavations

Protected Status/Designation

  • Planning Notification Area: Site of multi-period settlement and Roman villa, known as Latimer Villa

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Type and Period (1)

  • SETTLEMENT (Early Iron Age to Saxon - 700 BC to 1065 AD)

Description

MULTI-PERIOD SITE UNDER DELL FARM, CHESHAM, PRIMARILY ROMAN LATIMER VILLA, BUT WITH PRE-ROMAN IRON AGE AND POST-ROMAN OCCUPATION (B1).
VARIOUS EXCAVATIONS: FOR C19 & 1910-1912 SEE :01; K BRANIGAN EXCAVATIONS 1964-1971 SEE :02; FOR IRON AGE SEE :03; FOR POST- ROMAN SEE :04.

Sources (25)

  • ---SBC24859 Bibliographic reference: David S Neal and Stephen R Cosh. 2009. Roman Mosaics of Britain Volume III: South-east Britain Part 1.
  • <1>SBC1322 Bibliographic reference: BCM CAS RECORD CARD 0400.
  • <2>SBC2207 Article in serial: B Burgess. 1867. 'ROMAN VILLA AT LATIMER', IN RECS OF BUCKS 3 PP181-185. Vol 3.
  • <3>SBC1088 Bibliographic reference: BCM ACCESSIONS REGISTER,150-182.1945; 186-207.1945 52-53.1954 (AND 372.73)..
  • <4>SBC15462 Bibliographic reference: VCH BUCKS 2 PP8-9..
  • <5>SBC12748 Bibliographic reference: RCHM BUCKS 1 P88..
  • <6>SBC1817 Article in serial: Keith Branigan. 1965-1969. LATIMER INTERIM REPORTS, IN RECS OF BUCKS 17, P416, RECS OF BUCKS18, PP94,138,175,326.. Vols 17 & 18.
  • <7>SBC1822 Article in serial: Keith Branigan. 1967. 'LATIMER', IN MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY11 P263. Vol 11.
  • <8>SBC1837 Article in serial: Keith Branigan. 1968. 'THE ORIGINS OF CRUCK CONSTRUCTION - A NEW CLUE', IN MEDIEVAL ARCHAEOLOGY 12 PP1-11. Vol 12.
  • <9>SBC1842 Bibliographic reference: Keith Branigan. 1971. LATIMER.
  • <10>SBC1848 Unpublished document: BRANIGAN K EXCAVATION RECORDS: NOTES, DRAWINGS, PHOTOS OF 1964-1971 EXCAVATIONS.
  • <11>SBC10021 Unpublished document: Ordnance Survey Field Investigator. OS RECORD CARD SU 99 NE 46.
  • <12>SBC9187 Unpublished document: MORAY WILLIAMS A AND CALCOTT STOKES W, NOTES, PLANS ETC. OF 1910-1912 EXCAVATIONS, UNPUBLISHED.
  • <13>SBC4345 Unpublished document: DR C E KING, ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD, OCT 1983/BCM COIN CATALOGUE.
  • <14>SBC2312 Unpublished document: CANSDALE P & BA BB L M C (BCM),NOV 1992 (ENTRY FORM N645).
  • <15>SBC13859 Bibliographic reference: S GODWIN, 1996, LATIMER ROMAN VILLA IN ITS LOCAL CONTEXT, 150-400 AD. ('A'-LEVEL PROJECT). FILED..
  • <16>SBC19460 Graphic material: Plan of Latimer Villa.
  • <17>SBC20689 Unpublished document: Engineering Archaeological Services Ltd. 2003. Latimer Park House: Geophysical Survey.
  • <18>SBC22304 Unpublished document: Archaeological Solutions. 2003. Latimer Park House, Latimer: An archaeological Evaluation.
  • <19>SBC22305 Unpublished document: Archaeological Solutions. 2003. Latimer Park House, Latimer: An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment.
  • <20>SBC20011 Unpublished document: Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd. 2001. Chilterns Chalk Streams Project: Chess & Misbourne Valleys - Archaeological Assessment.
  • <21>SBC23597 Article in serial: Keith Branigan. 1970. 'The Latimer Roman Villa', in Current Archaeology 20 pp241-244. No 20.
  • <22>SBC24226 Unpublished document: Archaeological Solutions. 2005. Latimer Park House, Latimer: Archaeological Excavation Interim Report.
  • <23>SBC24227 Unpublished document: Archaeological Solutions. 2008. Latimer Park House, Latimer, Buckinghamshire: Draft publication report.
  • <24>SBC24645 Article in serial: Chess Valley Archaeological and Historical Society. 2015. Chess Valley Journal (Journal of the Chess Valley Archaeological and Historical Society) 2015. Vol 35.

Location

Grid reference SU 99760 98530 (point)
Civil Parish CHENIES, Chiltern, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (7)

Related Events/Activities (2)

  • Event - Intervention: (EBC12269)
  • Event - Intervention: (EBC12285)

Record last edited

Jan 8 2019 11:54AM

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