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ab Owel, Sir Traero,
35.21
Abbeymead, see Gloucester
abbeys / monastic houses, see Caen; Cirencester; Gloucester: Blackfriars, Greyfriars,    Llanthony, St Oswalds, Whitefriars; Fontenay; Hailes; Kingswood; Kinley; Leonard Stanley;    Llanthony Prima; Malmsbury; Tewkesbury; Tintern; Wells; Winchcombe
abbeys / monastic houses, see also minsters
Acton Turville, church,
31.59
AD date system,
33.ii
admiral, med word use,
30.26
adze, meso, flint, English Bicknor,
34.72-73
aerial photography (airships),
5.2-7
aerial survey and photographs,
26.19,31; 27.18,20,26,28; 30.4,23,54; 31.54,62; 33.40,44,50;    34.14
Aethelflaed(a), Lady of the Mercians,
28.4; 33.6,62; {7}
Aethelred, ealdorman,
28.4
agriculture, see land use
Aigueblanche, Peter de, Bishop of Hereford,
35.20
Alban, Saint, shrine,
33.5; {6}
Aldred, under-king of Hwicce,
35.8
Alkington manor, account rolls,
29.35
ale-houses, on River Severn,
27.7
Alfred,
28.4; 31.25; {2}
alluvium at Walham, Longford,
26.31
Alney, Deerhurst, treaty AD1016,
26.11
Alney Island, see Gloucester
altars, see RB period
Amberley, see Minchinhampton
Andoversford, Wycomb,
29.37; 31.62; 35.17
Alney Island, Maisemore,
13.30
Aldred, D.H., Holm Castle,
  Tewkesbury, documentary evidence,
9.10
Algarve, Associao Arqueologica,
21.52-53
Allden, A., county sites and monuments record,
17.4-5, 18.7-8
altars, RB:
   Kingsholm,
3.3-4 (19)
   Lower Slaughter,
4.3 (31-32)
   Uley,
12.33-34
Andoversford, Wycomb RB site,
7.12-13, 10.23-29
Angli,
34.43; {29}
Anglia,
31.17: 33.43; {27,31}
Anglo-Saxon period:
   AS Chronicle,
26,11; 30.39; 31.25-26; 33.8-9; {2-3,9,19}
   AS year, months, days,
34.43-44; {29-30}
   Beowulf, epic poem,
27.42; 31.19-21; {33-35}
   burials, see burials
   capture of Bath, Cirencester and Gloucester,
31.25; {2}
   charter, Bibury,
18.16-18
   Christianity, see Christianity, C4-C7
   coins, see coins
   continental homelands, migration and desertion,
33.8; 34.43-44; {9,29-30}
   crosses, Lypiatt cross, Bisley,
27.38-39; 31.35; {39-40}
   crosses, origins,
31.35; 35.50
   Franks Casket,
31,17-21; {31-35}
   Gloucester, St Oswald,
12.47-48, 18.12-15
   Kingsholm,
7.23-25
   knife-sheath,
12.23-24
   language,
31.17-21; 34.43-44; {29-35}
   memorial tradition,
31.34-35
   occupation, Frocester, possible,
29.9
   origins, Lower Slaughter,
33.56-58
   runes, alphabet,
31.18; {32}
       on trymsa coin,
33.43: {27}
       memorial incriptions,
31.34,36
       cryptic inscription on Franks Casket,
31.17-21; {31-35}
       see also Viking period, burial tradition
   seasons and festivals,
34.43-44; {29-30}
   sunken-featured building, Bourton-on-the-Water,
33.56
   thrymsa coin, see coins, AS
   transition from RB period, invasion / migration,
32.5-6; 33.3-9; 34.43; 35.17-18; {4-11,14-       15,29}
   word elements, general,
26.13,31; 27.4,36-37; 28.35; 29.30; 30.37; 32.7; 33.8,10-16;        35.33-34,50; {9,16,20-26,36-37}
   word elements, particular, -ley (leah),
27,36; 33.11-14; {36,21-24}
   word elements, particular, -mar- (gemaere),
33.12-13; {22-23}
   word elements, particular, -ridge / -edge (hrycg) / (ecg),
33.11-14; {21-24}
   word elements, particular, -ton (tun),
33.10-11,13-14; {20-21,23-24}
   word elements, particular, wal- (walh),
26.31; 27.37; 33.8,10; {9,20,37}
      personal names,
33.11-15, 35.14; {21-25}
      see also Saxon; English Annals of:
      Hailes,
34.16
      Tewkesbury,
35.20
      Waverley,
35.22
      Winchcombe and Sudeley,
32.25
      Worcester,
34.16
annual customs and festivals,
34.42-44; {28-30}
architectural styles:
   Norman / Romanesque,
27.21; 31.9; 32.25-26; 33.62, 34.31-33
   perpendicular,
27.21-22, 25. 34.32
   Saxon,
31.5,9; 33.62; 34.35
   transitional / early English,
34.32,60
archaeological investigations:
   Business Park Link Road, Hucclecote,
32,15-18
   Chedworth Roman villa,
31.63-66
   Eastern Relief Road, Tewkesbury,
30.23-25
   excavs, Lower Slaughter,
33.56-58
   Home Farm, Bishops Cleeve,
28.43-45
   &nmsp; small scale excavs, South Cerney,
31.47-50
   RB field System, Cheltenham,
34.67-71
   Roman cemetery, Parliament Street, Gloucester,
35.25-28
   Swindon to Gloucester trunk road,
31.60-61
   watching briefs, Kingswood Abbey,
30.16-20
   Westward Road, Ebley,
30.21-22
archaeology, general discussion,
9.16-17, 10.20-21
archaeomagnetic dating,
28.17
agriculture, see land use
Arderne, Adam de,
35.21
Argo, trow,
32.19-21
Armada and Gloucester, tax collection,
22.38-41
Ariconium, (Herefordshire) excav,
1.6 (5)
Arlingham:
   Civil War,
26.7
   Glass Cliff to Windmill Hill, neo to BA flints,
31.45-46
   prehistoric landscape and settlement,
31.45-46
arrowheads, BA:
   Dowdeswell,
20.53
   Kingscote,
3.13 (26)
Arthur, king,
31.25; {2}
Arthurian legend, connections with Glos and Som,
27.44
Ashelworth, RB pottery,
19.49
assarting,
29.52; 35.29,31
Aston, M. and Viner, L., Glos DMVs (list),
15.22-29.
Aston, P.:
   Eastington, Nupend RB site,
4.14 (39)
   Kingscote, Chessels RB settlement,
3.13 (26)
   Kings Stanley, Stanley House grounds,
11.26
Aston Keynes, post-med pottery source,
30.33; 31.47, 32.33
Aston Somerville (Worcs), RB site,
10.19
Atherton, R., see Sermon, R. et al. (1997-2001)
Atkin, M., 'Disneyland Archaeology', (popular presentation),
28.21-24
Atkin, M. Et al.:
   'Archaeological Fieldwork in Gloucester' (1991,1992),
26.35-51; 27.46-53
Atkin M., Archaeological fieldwork and excavs by Gloucester City Excavation Unit,
   interim reports:
      1985, Kingsholm, Abbeydale,
20.3-12
      1986, London Road, King's School, Llanthony, Saintbridge, Abbeymead,
21.7-17
      1987, Westgate St. Llanthony, Kingsholm, Upton Lane, Eastern Avenue,
22.12-25
      1988, Berkeley St, Bank of England site,
23.2-11
      1989, Bank of England site, South- gate, Upper Quay St. Hucclecote School, Sandhurst                Lane,
24.2-13
      1990, Barbican Rd (Roman fortress, Norman Castle), Southgate, Upper Quay St,                Hucclecote villa, Coney Hill,
25.4-32 (with   contributions from Byrne,S., Garrod, A.P.,                Greatorex P Parry, C. ,Walters,M.)
               marketing Gloucester archaeology, the BMW site,
22.3-11
               new archaeological technique, GPR,
25.30-32
Atkin, S., clay tobacco pipes in Gloucester,
22.42-46
Atkyns, Sir Robert,
31.59; 32.25,27; 34.74; 35.7-8
Aubrey, John,
35.16
Augustine, Archbishop of Canterbury:
   introduction of AD date system,
33.ii
   meets British bishops,
33.5-6; {6-7}
   memorial inscription,
31.35
Avening, IA banjo enclosure,
34.23
axe-head, IA socketed, Standish,
35.42
   Bishops Cleeve and Daglingworth,
34.77
   Brimpsfield,
9.11
   Broadwell,
23.46-47
   Frocester,
29.9
   Oxenhall,
21.51

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Badgeworth, Barrow Wake, excav,
29.38
Bagendon:
   banjo enclosure,
34.23
   IA site,
34.18-24
   mint,
34.21
   project, 1981-82,
16.26-29
   tribal centre of Dobunni, possible,
34.19-20
Bagshaw, S.:
   'Early Medieval Church to Tractor Shed, building survey at Leonard Stanley Priory',
31.3-12
   'Fieldwalking at Ifold Villa, Painswick',
34.51-58
   'Ifold Villa, Painswick',
33.31,32
   review of: The Golden Minster: The Anglo-Saxon minster and later medieval priory of St    Oswald at Gloucester, Heighway, C. and Bryant, R.,
33.62-63
   see also Moore-Scott, T. and Bagshaw, S.
Baldock, S.F., the cider industry,
13.13-17
Ball, S., 'Harrowby House, Ebrington',
26.28-29
Barber, A. and Walker, G.:
   'Roman Occupation At Home Farm, Bishops Cleeve',
28.43-45
   '127-129 Westward Road, Ebley, Excavation',
30.21-22
barge gutters,
26.15; 27.5-6
Barnsley, Anthony Bourchier,
35.7
Barnsley:
   excavs, Barnsley Park 1968,
2.4-5, (10)
Barnsley, IA banjo enclosure,
34.23
   RB site,
21.46
Barnwood:
   Bridge, resistivity surveys,
1.2, (3)
   Court,
12.45
   manor house,
16.32
   Roman burial ground,
22.25-26
   samian sherd,
11.45
   Wells Bridge,
6.6
   see Gloucester
Barons' War:
   background,
35.19-20,23
   battles:
      Evesham,
35.23
      Lewes,
35.21-22
      med sieges of Gloucester,
35.19-24
barrows, long:
   Bown Hill, Woodchester,
27.36-37; {36-37}
   Hazleton,
14.36-38, 15.57-59, 16.13-16, 17.14-19
   Nympsfield,
9.18-19
   prehistoric tombs,
12.13-22
   The Knapp, Cheltenham, probable,
34.69
barrows, round:
   bowl barrow, Withington,
12.32
   Frampton-on-Severn,
27.17
   Guiting Power,
26.29,30
   Idel Barrow, Cranham / Upton St Leonards,
32.38-39
   Syde, BA
7.10
Bateman, C. and Williams, J., 'The South Gate Cemetery of Roman Gloucester, evidence    from excavations off Parliament Street',
35.25-28
   see also Thomas, A., Bateman, C. and Walker, G.
Bateman, C. and Leah, M., ' Prehistoric and Roman Remains on the Line of The Gloucester Business Park Link Road, Hucclecote. Excavations in 1998',
32.15-18
Bath, capture by Saxons,
31.25; {2}
bath-houses, Roman
   Barnsley Park,
2.4-5 (10)
   Wortley villa,
22.48-52
   see Roman
Baunton:
   Lynches Trackway, possible burial,
31.60
   RB site,
15.43
   Trinity Farm, late neo / BA finds,
31.60
beacons:
   Haresfield,
33.48,51-52,54
   Painswick,
26.8; 32.37; 35.14-16
   Robinswood Hill,
34.14-15
Beckbury, see Temple Guiting
Beckford (Worcs):
   excavs 1972,IA, RB, drawings
7.6-7
   excavs 1973,
8.6-7
Bede, the Venerable,
30.39; 31.35; 33.ii,5,7-8; 34.43; {6,8-9,29}
Belgae,
32.6; 34.19; {15}
Beowulf, see AS period
Bell, R.D., Painswick House garden,
24.36
Berkeley / de Berkeley, family,
28.31; 30.17,26; 35.5
Berkeley:
   Eustace de,
35.8
   Maurice de,
35.19,21,23
   Nicholas de, son of Robert,
35.6
   Ralph de,
31.3
   Robert de,
35.6
   Roger de,
31.3
   Roger III de,
31.4
Berkeley:
   castle household accounts,
29.35
   cheesemaking,
29.35; 30.11
   Civil War, castle,
28.25-26
   decorated med tiles, Old Farmhouse, Green Farm, Breadstone,
30.11-12
   deer park, Bevington,
32.40
   hundred boundary, Frocester,
34.79
   Lord Berkeley supports John Biddle,
28.31
   manor of Alkington,
29.35
   Smyth's history,
29.35; 35.5
   tufa used in church,
31.12
Bevan, P., 'Fieldwork at Standish',
35.42
Beverstone:
   castle,
29.45
   Civil War,
26.5
   Chavenage House,
26.8
Bezill, Matthias,
35.19-20,23
Bibury:
   Bibury Stile RB settlement,
21.46
   RB villa,
15.59; 18.43-44; 21.42-45
   Saxon charter,
18.16-18
Bick, D.E., Crockett's Hole, Newent,
11.25
Biddle, John, the father of English Unitarianism,
28.30-34
Bidfield, see Miserden
Bigland, family,
30.13
Birdlip, see Cowley
Birdlip, Cowley, RB site,
6.5;
   excav
20.48-49
Birdlip and Crickley Hills, toll houses
11.13
Bishop, E.A., culvert at Bibury RB villa,
18.43-44
Bishop, G.L. & E.A.:
   Bibury RB villa, excav in 1912,
15.5 9-60
   watching brief and excav 1986-7,
21.42-45
   Bibury Stile RB site,
21.46
Bishop, G.L., Bibury Saxon charter,
18.16-18
Bishops Cleeve:
  Junior School site,
21.40
   IA and RB occupation,
34.70
   Lower Farm, Saxon cemetery, excav,
29.37
   Roman occupation at Home Farm,
28.43-45
Bishops Norton, RB site,
8.10
Bisley:
   Civil War, Lypiatt,
26.7
   Common, tumulus, excav,
27.38; {39}
   Dorrington family,
27.38; {39}
   Lillyhorn Roman villa / estate,
32.6,8; 33.10-14; {15,17,20-24}
   Lypiatt Cross, history,
19.16-23
   Lypiatt, Saxon cross shaft and cross head,
27.38-39; 31.35; {39-40}
   Over Lypiatt, Stephens family,
35.30
   Hundred, Wyche manor, domesday,
34.51
   RB occupation,
16.37
   Roman altars,
27.38; {39}
   Stancombe Ash, former site of Lypiatt cross,
27.38; {39}
   Stancombe Beech Farm,
24.29-30
Black Close field, Andoversford, Wycomb RB site,
10.23-29
Blackfriars, see Gloucester
Black Death,
31.57; 34.31; 35.6
Blake, S. & Davies, S., 427-431 High Street, Cheltenham, architectural survey,
13.43-46
Blakeney, RB finds,
21.50
Blund, John le,
35.22,23
Bodvoc, Dobunnic leader,
34.21
Bohun:
   Henry de, Earl of Hereford,
33.54
   Humphrey de, Earl of Hereford,
33.54; 35.20
   Margaret,
32.13
   Roger de, Earl of Hereford,
32.13; 34.14
   de Bohun land at Haresfield,
33.47
Boleyn, Anne,
34.49-50
bone objects:
   artefacts, Whitminster,
27.16
   decorated bone knife handle, with knife,
31.29
   Franks Casket, whalebone,
31.17-21; {31-35}
   pins and needles, Frocester,
29.9, 30.10, 31.29
   med whistles, Gloucester,
30.51-52
   Roman belt buckle, Kingsholm, Gloucester,
28.62
bones:
   animal,
5.10, 16.34, 21.37-38
      general,
26.30; 27.40; 28.15,57-58; 29.18; 31,44; 32.34; 33.30,45-46, 34.7; 35.48
      ritual deposits,
26.29; 28.17; 32.18; 34.45
   human,
2.12-13 (13-15), 4.4 (32)
      cathedral, Gloucester,
34.6,7
      disturbed burials, possible, Prison, Gloucester,
35.45
      evidence of med syphilis, Gloucester,
26.37
      Kingsholm, Gloucester,
29.18, 31.44
      lower jaw, Eastington,
28.12
      St James's, Cheltenham,
34.69-70
      skeletal remains, Southgate Street, Gloucester,
28.58
      skeletal remains, Westgate Street, Gloucester,
35.45
      skeleton, College Street, Gloucester,
33.30
      skulls, The Knolls, Oxenton Hill,
35.37
      see also burials
Book of Aneirin,
31.25; {2}
book reviews:
    Archaeology of Archery, Webb, A.,
25.44
   Archaeology of the Welsh Marches, Stanford, S.C.,
15.60-61
   Collins Field Guide to Archaeology, Wood E.S.,
13.10
   Coming of Civilisation, Carter, R.,
13.38
   Crickley Hill and Gloucestershire Prehistory, Dixon, P. and Borne, P.,
12.42
   Crickley Hill (vol 1): The Hillfort Defences, Dixon, P.,
29.54
   English Churchyard Memorials, Lees, H.,
35.50
   Excavations at Kingscote and Wycomb, Gloucestershire, Timby, J.,
31.62
   Frocester: A Romano-British Settlement, its Antecedents and Successors, Price, E.,
34.30
   Gloucester and the Civil War - A city under siege, Atkin, M. and Laughlin, W.,
26.32
   Gloucester Beseiged, Whiting,J.R.S.
10.22
   Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway, Bick, D.,
3.16-17 (28)
   Going to the Wars: The experience of the English Civil War 1638-1654, Carlton, C.,
26.32
   Great Witcombe Roman Villa, Gloucestershire: a report on the excavations by Ernest    Greenfield , Leach, P.,
32.41-42
   Hereford and Gloucester Canal, Bick, D.,
14.48
   Historic Gloucester, Moss, P.,
27.45
   Illustrated Dictionary of Archaeology, Tribune Books,
14.47
   Industrial Archaeology in Gloucestershire, Awdry, A.W. (ed),
8.10, 3rd ed 18.5-6
   Iron Age and Romano-British Monu ments in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, RCHM,
11.15
   Iron making in the Forest of Dean, Nicholls, H.G., (reprint),
17.25
   Medieval Industry, CBA Research Report no. 40, Crossley, D.W. (ed),
17.43
   Pre-Regency Cheltenham: an Archaeo logical Survey, Saville, A.,
10.2 1-22
   Roman Gloucester, Fullbrook Leggatt, L.E.W.O.,
2.17, (17)
   Roman sites in the Mendip, Cotswolds, Wye Valley and Bristol region, Hebditch, M. And    Grinsell, L.
1.10 (6-7)
   Taynton, Gloucestershire. A story of Two Churches, Parker, D.,
32.42
   The Archaeology and History of Ancient Dean and the Wye Valley, Walters, B.,
26.32
   The Cirencester Branch, Bray, N., (re: railway),
31.ii
   The Coloniae of Roman Britain: New Studies and a Review: Papers of the Conference held       at Gloucester on 5-6 July 1997, Hurst, H. (ed.),
33.61
   The Golden Minster: The Anglo-Saxon minster and later medieval priory of St Oswald at       Gloucester, Heighway, C. and Bryant, R.,
33.62-63
Borne, P., Brockworth Mill,
15.14-20
bottles, C17-18,
3.12
bottles, C18 wine, Newnham-on-Severn,
31.42
Boughspring, Tidenham
   RB and med finds
7.7-8
   RB villa, plan,
14.31; report and plan, 20.37-40;
Boulers, Reginald, abbot,
35.39
Bourton-on-the-Water:
   AS sunken-featured building,
33.56
   Bourton Bridge, RB excavs:
11. 42-44, 12.28, 14.23-24, 15.50, 16.33, 17.36
   Bourton Bridge, RB settlement,
29.24,38, 31.62
   IA vessel,
14.24
   primary school, IA, RB and Saxon occupation,
29.24-26
   Salmonsbury:
      enclosure,
28.19, 29.24, 34.21-24
      IA mint, possible,
34.21
    Whiteshoots Hill, excav,
29.38
Boulsdon, see Newent
boundaries:
  hundred,
34.79
  markers:
    parish,
32.38-39; 33.35; 35.30-31,34
   see also standing stones
    parish,
32.39; 33.35; 34.79
    shire,
26.11
    wood,
28.35-37,39; 29.51-52; 32.5,8,37-40; {14,17}
Bourchier, Anthony,
35.7
Boxwell with Leighterton, Bowldown Wood, DMV,
28.35-40
Boyd, Anne,
29.45
Branigan, K., review of: Frocester: A Romano-British Settlement, its Antecedents and Successors, Price, E.,
34.30
Bredon (Worc.):
   floor tiles in church,
25.37-38
   Kemerton Camp, hillfort,
34.22; 35.37-38
Brian, Guy de,
30.26
Bridgeman:
   family, Prinknash,
35.7
   George,
26.6
   Sir John,
35.7
Bridgewater, N.P., Boughspring, Tidenham,
7.7-8
Brimpsfield:
   Blacklains Farm,
31.53
   Castle and the Gifford family,
25.34-3 7
   castles,
27.33,35; 31.52,54, 35.20
   Caudle Green RB site,
9.15
   cell of Abbey of St Stephen, Fontenay, Normandy,
31.52,54
   Climperwell, hunting lodge,
12.27
   DMV west of church,
31.54
   Giffard / Gifford family, see Giffard / Gifford
   med land use,
31.53
   Manless Town:
      aerial photographs,
27.26-28; 31.54
      early references and name,
27.33-35; 31.51-52,54
      excav and fieldwork,
8.8, 9.11-12, 10.14; 27.26-32; 31.54
      DMV,
27.27,31; 31.51-58
      legends,
27.27,32-33,35; 31.52
      possible Roman fort,
27.27-32; 31.56-57
      RB finds,
27.31; 31.53-56
   prehistoric occupation around,
31.53
   priory,
31.52
   RB occupation around,
31.53
   St Mary Magdalene (Maundelynes) chapel,
31.51-52
   sheephouses,
31.51
Bristol:
   castle, see castles
   Civil War,
26.5
British:
   Britons in Glos,
33.3-8; {4-9}
   Christianity, see Christianity, C4-C7
   Christian crosses and memorials,
31.35
   name of Gloucester,
30.2
Brittany, Eleanor of, princess,
33.46
Britnell, W.J., Beckford
7.6-7, 8.6-7
Broadwell, axehead,
23.46-47
Brockworth, cheese rolling,
11.22
   cruck-frame cottage,
12.45
   excavs,
8.6; 9.14, plan
   Mill,
12.41-42, 14.60, 15. 14-20
   Roman land measurement,
10.19, 13.5-10
Bronze Age period,
   activity / occupation sites:
      Hucclecote,
30.43, 32.15,17
      Tewkesbury,
30,23-25
   arrowhead from Dowdeswell,
20.53
   barrows and ditches, St Augustine's Farm, Preston,
31.60
   bowl barrow, Withington,
12.32
   bronze working, bivalve spearhead mould, eastern relief road,Tewkesbury,
30.23
   see metal working
   Buckles site, Frocester,
18.19-24
   burials, see burials
   burnt mound, Sandy Lane, Charlton Kings,
34.67
   enclosures,
30.23-25
   funerary practice, structures, Guiting Power,
26.29
   funerary structures, possible, Hucclecote,
32.15,17
   flints:
       Arlingham,
31.45-46
      eastern relief road, Tewkesbury,
30.23-25
      Green Farm, Quedgeley, Gloucester,
34.7
      Well Field, Daglingworth,
34.77-78
      Syde,
7.10
bronze objects, see copper alloy objects, see also brooches
brooches,

   RB
   Andoversford, Wycomb, 16 of 1st century AD, 10.23-29
   AS:
      Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
      Baunton, bow, 15.43
      Bourton, circular, 14.23
      Dymock, dolphin 24.26
      and others 4.9 (36)
      Gloucester, trumpet 25.13
      med, Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, 32.32-34
      Northleach, penannular 18.29, 33
      report by Donald Mackreth, 31.62
   RB:
       Brizen Field, Leckhampton, 29.49
       Bushley Green (Worc), 30.54
       Woolridge, Maisemore, 32.22-24
       Eastington, 27.8
       Frocester, 29.9; 31.27,29; 34.45
       Hucclecote, 32.18
       Pirton Court, Churchdown, 26.49
       Spread Eagle Road, Gloucester, 30.44
       Upton St Leonards, penannular 5.15
Brookthorpe,
   land held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 34.14
   RB finds, 8.9
   RB villa excav, 4.8 (35)
Browning, John, 35.6
Bryan, Joseph, 29.16
Bryant, R.M., excavs at St Mary de Lode, Gloucester, 13.28, 14.4-12
Bryce, E., Rev., 32.19
Buckingham, dukes of, land at Haresfield, 33.47
buckle, RB, 10.25
Buckles excav, Frocester, 18.19-24, 19.24-28
building and structural surveys, 26.41,43-44; 27.22-25, 30.11,48; 31.3-12; 32.35-36; 33.21-    24,28-29,62-63; 34.10,31-34,59-66
   see also architectural styles
building platforms, see field survey
Burewhall, Sir Simon de, 35.21
buildings, med or later:
   Brockworth Mill, 14.60, 15.14-20
   Cheltenham, 427-431 High Street, 13.43-46
   Cirencester, St Johns Hospital, 7.17
   Gloucester, 30 Eastgate St, 9.23 84
      Northgate St. 9.24-26
       66 Westgate St, 10.9
      other buildings, 12.45-46
      St Margarets chapel, 25.11
   Kings Stanley, 23.33-42
   Quedgeley, Field Court, 13.11
   Tetbury, Talbot Hotel, 19.28
burial grounds, see cemeteries, see also churchyard
burial mounds, see barrows
burials:
   AS:
      Cirencester, settlement discussion, 31.25; 32.7; 33.5; {2,6,16}
      burial practice, 31.33-34; 33.5,7-8; 35.50; {6,8-9}
      Lower Slaughter, 33.56
      The Knolls, Oxenton Hill, possible, 35.57
   BA:
      cremations, Hucclecote, 32.15,17
      cremation, St Augustine's Farm, Preston, 31.60
      ditched cremation barrow, Guiting Power, 26.29-30
      Lynches Trackway, Baunton, possible, 31.60
      The Knolls, Oxenton Hill, possible, 35.37
   C18, childrens' white coffins, fittings, 34.11
   Celtic and English disposal of dead, 31.33
   DA:
      British adoption of AS traditions, 33.7; {8}
      Frocester, 33.33; 34.48; 35.3
      Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley, possible, 27.53; 31.13
   med, Gloucester:
      Blackfriars, 13.23
      Greyfriars, 2.8 (12)
      Holm Hill, Tewkesbury, in stone coffins, 29.37
   IA, Birdlip, Cowley, 34.21
   med:
      Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, 32.32-33
      burial practice, 31.36, 35.50
      cathedral, Gloucester, 33.30
      coffins:
         comparison with RB, 33.60
         of stone, and incised lids, St Andrew's Frocester, 30.13
      Ladybellgate Street, Gloucester, 26.37-40
      Leonard Stanley Priory, 31.4
      Southgate Street, Gloucester, 28.58; 30.51
   post-med:
      cathedral, Gloucester, 29.13
      St Lawrence, Barnwood, Gloucester, 34.5,11
      Southgate Street, Gloucester, 28.58; 30.51
   prehistoric burial practice, 35.50
   RB:
      Barnwood, 22.25
      burial practice, 31.57; 35.28,50
      Eastington gravel workings, 27.16
      Frocester, 4.4-5 (32-33); 31.27; <B?33< b>.33-34; 34.45-46
      grave goods, 29.17; 32.18
      Hucclecote, 32.16-17
      Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.59,63; 29.21,23; 31.70; 34.8
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, in stone coffin, 29.13-15,17
      ritual fire before burial, possible, 33.20
      ritual, mutilation and reinterment, 31.22-24
      St James's, Cheltenham, 34.68-70
      South Gate, Gloucester, 35.25-28
      Tetbury Upton, 31.22-24
      Upton Lane, Gloucester, 27.48
      Wotton, Gloucester, 26.48; 27.51; 28.50-51,57; 30.47; 33.19,20
      see also RB period, coffins / cists
      Saintbridge, Gloucester, 9
      Gloucester, 11.5-9
      Kingsholm, 18.50
      Weston sub Edge, 10.17
   St Oswalds, 2.10 (12-13)
   Saxon:
      Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley, possible, 27.53; 31.13-14
      Lower Farm, Bishops Cleeve, 29.37
   Viking burial practice, 31.35
   see also bones, human; cremation
Bushley Green (Worc), late IA / RB settlement, 30.53-56, 34.27-29
Byrne, S.:
   report on a med pewter chalice, 26.39
   ' A Wuneetton Type Thrymsa from Boulsdon, Newent', 33.43; {27}
   see also Sermon, R. et al., (1993-5)

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Cadfan, Welsh saint, 31.34
Caen, Abbey of, Minchinhampton manor, 29.35, 32.4; {13}
Caerwent, Gregory of, 27.42-44
Cambridge, Richard, 35.31
Cantilupe, Walter de, Bishop of Worcester, 35.5,20,22
Caractacus, 32.3; {12}
carbon 14 dating, see radio carbon dating
Carbonel, Thomas, abbot, 34.14
Caerwent, Gregory of, 27.42-44
castles,
   Berkeley, 28.25-26,31
   Beverstone, 26.5; 29.45
   Brimpsfield, 25.34-35; 27.33; 31.52
   Bristol, 33.46; 35.21
   Castle Godwin, Painswick, 35.16
   English Bicknor, 6.5
   Gloucester, 17.33, 20.28-29; 29.27-28; 30.26; 33.46; 35.19-24,41
   Holm Castle, Tewkesbury, 9.9-10; 29.37
      excavs 1975, 10.10-11
   Kenilworth, 35.23
   list of med fortified sites in Gios. 11.39-41
   Miserden, 31.54
   motte and bailey, 27.33,35; 30.27-29,31; 31.54, 35.16
   ringwork, 30.27-28
   St Briavels, 30.26; 35.21-22
   Sudeley, 26.5; 28.25
   Taynton Parva, 30.27-29
   Thornbury, 30.11
Catchpole, T., 'Watching Briefs on the Site of Kingswood Abbey', 30.16-20
   see also Piper, P. and Catchpole,T.
cathedral, see Wells; Gloucester, cathedral; Gloucester, St Peters Abbey Catuvellauni, 34.19
Ceadwalla, king, 29.51
Ceawlin, Saxon leader 31.25-26; {2-3}
Celtic:
   disposal of the dead, 31.33
   documentary traditions, 31.25-26; {2-3}
   language, Brithonic and Goidelic branches, 34.42; {28}
   see also RB period, Celtic language survival, word elements
   memorial traditions, 31.34-35
   modern month names, 34.43; {29}
   origins, 34.42; {28}
   revival, calendar / year, 34.42-44; {28-30)
   see also British; IA period; RB periods
cemeteries (incl churchyards):
   BA

   Gloucester Business Park Link Road, Hucclecote, 32.15,17
   continuity of burial sites , 35.50
   med:
    Blackfriars, Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, 26.37-40; 34.9
    cathedral, Gloucester, 33.30
    St Nicholas, Gloucester, 35.45
    Southgate Street (St Owen), Gloucester, 28.58; 30.51
    Tewkesbury Abbey, 32.32-33
    new parish, Cheltenham, 31.37
   post- med:
    cathedral, Gloucester, 29.13
    Civil War, probable, St James's, Cheltenham, 34.69
    St Lawrence, Barnwood, Gloucester, 34.5,11
    St Nicholas, Gloucester, 35.45
    Southgate Street, Gloucester, 28.58; 30.51
   Roman,
    Barnwood, 22.25
    Cirencester, 6.13, 7.17
    Gloucester, 11.5-9
    St Catherine St. Gloucester, 2l.19
    St Oswald, Gloucester, 14.13-15
   RB:
    Barton, Brunswick Road, Gloucester, 31.71
    Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.59,63; 29.21,23; 31.70; 34.8
    St James's, Cheltenham, 34.68-70
    St Oswald, Gloucester, 33.62
    South Gate, Gloucester, 35.25-28
    Wotton, Gloucester, 26.48; 27.51; 28.50-51,57; 30.47; 31.71
   Saxon

   Bishops Cleeve, 29.37
   Victorian, 31.37
   Viking, 31.35
   see also churchyards
centuriation, see Roman, land division
Cenwulf, king, 34.16
Cerdic, Saxon leader, 31.25; {2}
chalice, med, pewter, Blackfriars cemetery, Gloucester, 26.37,39
Chamberleyn, William de, 30.37
Chandos, Roger de, 32.39
chantries:
   Bristol castle, 33.46
   dissolution of, 32.26
   Kinley, Nympsfield, 35.6-7
   Nympsfield, 35.6
   Stanley Pontlarge, 34.31
   Tormarton, 31.58-59
chapels:
   ambulatory, Gloucester cathedral, 27.21
   free / manorial / non-parochial, 31.3-12; 32.25-27; 34.16,31; 35.5-7
   Greet, free chapel, Winchcombe, 32.25-27; 34.16
   Kinley, free chapel, Nympsfield, 35.5-13
   Leonard Stanley, 31.3-12
   of-ease, 32.26; 35.6
   St James, Gretton, Winchcombe, 32.25-26
   St James, Postlip, Winchcombe, 32.25-26
   St Oswald's royal free, Gloucester, 35.6
   Stanley Pontlarge, 34.31-34
Charles I, historical essay, 26, 4-6
Charlton Kings,
   med finds, 5.12
   Sandy Lane, neo to IA site, excav, 29.37, 34.67
   Vineyards Farm RB site, 15.48, 16.17-19, 17.41
Chatwin, A., Whitecliffe Furnace, 13.39
Chedworth, see Yanworth
cheese:
   cheese lofts / rooms, window tax exemption, 29.36; 30,11
   making in Glos, 29.35-36, 30.11
cheek piece, Roman, Kingsholm, 7.23-25, illustration
cheese rolling, Cooper's Hill, Brockworth, 11.22
Cheltenham,
   C19 development, 34.67
   ancient road, 14.21-22
   archaeology, 8.19-22
   Benhall, RB, 14.61-62
   Chester Walk, site evaluation, 21.39
   Civil War, 28.25; 34.69
   early excav and finds, 34.69
   early history, 34.67
   Fiddlers Green, med potsherds, 10.14
   High Street,
      nos 41-43, 14.58
      nos 431-427, architectural survey, 13.43-46
   med floor tiles, 18.45-46
   neo barrow, The Knapp, probable, 34.69
   new parish cemetery, 31.37
   parish boundary with Leckhampton, 33.35
   Pittville, RB site, 20.45
   Plough Hotel, 13.41-42, 17.42
   RB activity, Pittville, 34.67,69-70
      St James's:
        RB field system, 34.67-71
        Roman cemetery, 34.68-70
        Villa Rustica, 34.69
   Saxon minster church, possible, 34.67
chest tombs, see memorials
Chillingworth, Dr., 26.5-6
Chipping Campden, C18 morris dancing pipe, 30.52
Chouls, S.& W.H., Fretherne, Barrow Hill Farm, 9.13
Chouls, W.H.,
   Glevensis,editor, 26 and 27
   Gloucester, Sebert Street, 7.9
   Kingsholm, Roman military movements, 2.16 (15-16)
   Leadon valley, 6.4
   metal detectors, 7.5
   obituary, 34.ii
   review of : Going to the Wars:The experience of the English Civil War 1638-1654, Carlton,    C., 26.32
   Upleadon site, RB & 17th century potsherds, 3.14-15 (27)
   'The Whitminster, Eastington and Frampton-on-Severn Areas', 27.8-20
   Whitminster, RB villa 7.13-15, 11.23, 25.33
   Woodchester mosaic 1973 7.22
Christianity, C4-C7, 31.24; 33.3-6; {4-7}
Christmas, E., 'Longlevens -The Place and Its Name', 30.35-36
Churcham, camp, 13.30-31
Churchdown:
   Hillfort, 8.10
   Pirton Court Farm, possible RB site, 26.49
churchyard:
   church enclosures, 35.50
   clearances, 30.13-15; 31.33,39-40
   memorials, 30.13-15; 31.33-41; 32.19-21; 35.50
   see also cemeteries
cider industry, 13.13-17
circular timber structures / roundhouses, 29.ii; 30.23; 31.60
Cirencester:
   abbey, land, Leckhampton, 33.40
   The Beeches, Roman house, 6.12-13, 7.15-18
   Civil War, 26.7
   civitas capital, Corinium Dubunnorum, 31.60; 32.6; 33.3,12, 34.17,19; {4,15,22}29.8; 33.3-        5;   34.17; 35.17-18; {4-6,10-11}
   Corinium centre, 7.17
   early Roman military presence, 32.3; {12}
   excavs, 4.15 (39-40) 1957-76, 13.35-38
   late Roman town, 35.17; {10}
   med pottery source, 31.50
   med road to, 15.9-13
   provincial capital, C4, possible, 33.3; {4}
   Roman memorial to Sextus Valerius Genialis, 31.33
   St John's Hospital, 7.17
   Saxon burials, 31.25; 32.7; {2,16}
   Saxon capture and control, 31.25; 32.5,6; 33.4,13; {2,5,14-15,23}
   Tower Street, 15.46
   word square, 14.59-60
Civil War: 25.28
   background, 26.4-7,32
   cemetery, Cheltenham, possible, 34.69
   Glos aspects, 26.5-8; 28.25-27; 29.45-48; 30.29; 32.42; 34.69
   second relief of Gloucester, 28.25-27
   siege of Gloucester, 26.5-7,20-21,32,42,45,48; 28.25,27,31-32,63; 29.45,48
   women in, 29.45-48
civitates, see RB period
Clare:
   Gilbert de, Earl of Gloucester, 35.19-23
   Richard de, Earl of Gloucester, 35.19,21
   Thomas de, 35.22-23
Clarke, G., excavs at Woodchester, 1973, 8.16-18
Clarke, J., 34.60,66
clay pipes:
   Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, stamped, 32.34
   fragments, C17, Park Street, Gloucester, 34.9
   Prison, Gloucester, 28.57
clay tobacco pipes, 13.33, 22.42-46
Cleary, R. et al., 'Archaeological Investigations at Chedworth Roman Villa', 31.63-66
Clement VII, pope, 34.49
Cleeve Cloud, see Southam
Clews, S., head of marble statuette from Sapperton, 21.41
Clifford, Sir Roger de, 35.19-20
Cnut, 26.11
Coaley:
   Betworthy Farm, cheese loft, 29.36
   field system, 13.21
   parish boundary with Frocester, 34.79
   RB ditch, 16.37
Coberley:
   Crickley hillfort, 31.53
   church, 35.6
Codrington, Sir Christopher, 27.21
coffins, see burials; RB period, coffins / cists
coins (incl tokens):
   AS, Wuneetton type thrymsa, Boulsdon, 33.43; {27}
   C18 lead uniface token, 34.57
   med / post med, 32.24, 34.69,75; 35.3
   Roman, 26.37,49-51; 27.8,38; 28.20,60,62; 29.13,17,24-25,49; 30.10,21,53-54;       31.13,22,27-29,54,62-63; 32.10,22; 33.19-20,31-33; 34.5,45,51,69,75; 35.3,42; {39}
   see also Gloucester, Roman mint; pottery, RB, money box
   see also, Dobunni; IA period; RB period
Colchester:
   Duncombe, 29.46-48
   Elizabeth, 29.46-48
   Richard, 29.46-48
  Thomas, 29.47-48
Coleman, L. and Watts, M., 'A Romano-British Field System at Cheltenham, evidence from    excavations at St James's car park', 34.67-71
Collins, John, 29.47
Coln St Aldwyns, RB coins, 31.62
coloniae, see RB period
columns, (incl bases and capitals), 26.45; 28.7-8,58,66; 29.8-9; 33.61
Conderton (Worc.), hillfort, 34.22; 35.37-38
Condidan, king, 31.25-26; {2-3}
Conmail, king, 31.25-26; {2-3}
Cook, S., see Sermon, R. et al. (1999-2001)
Cool, H., report on glass vessel from Parliament Street, Gloucester, 35.27
Cooper, Rev. John, 28.33
Crickley hilifort, 5.8-11
   Short Wood enclosure, 13.21
coins:
   IA, 4.9 (36), 16.16, 17.34
   med, 5.13
   significant Roman, 4.9 (35-36), 17.13, 18.34, 36, 19.46
   hoard, 8.15
Coleford:
   High Nash RB site, 21.50
   Whitecliffe Furnace, 13.39, 20.34
Collins, K. & Frith, B., 18th century graffiti, 9.25-27
column, Roman, 15.48
column plinth, Roman, 13.26
conduit, from Robinswood Hill to Gloucester, 8.1-4
conservation:
   finds, 16.37-39
   sites, 7.2-5
Conway-Jones, H., North Warehouse, Gloucester Docks, 15.6-9
   tramway, 17.35
copper alloy objects:
   RB:
      bracelet, Hucclecote, 32.18
      cosmetics spoon, Park Street, Gloucester, 28.63
      cuirass hook, Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.62
      enamelled stand, Pembrooke Street, Gloucester, 28.68
      equestrian statue fragments, Gloucester, 32.2
      finds, Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-54
      finger ring, Brizen Field, Leckhampton, 29.49
      millefiori decorated C3 buckle, Frocester, 31.29
      scale balance, Frocester, 35.3
      spoon fragment, Woolridge, Maisemore, 32.23-24
      zoomorphic handle terminal, Frocester, 32.10
   med / post-med:
      finds, Woolridge, Maisemore, 32.24
      tinned copper alloy spoon, C16, 30.17
   see also brooches; metal working
Corbett, Rev. John, 26.7; 28.26,32
Corinium Dubunnorum, see Cirencester
Corio, Dobunnic leader, 34.21
corn dryers, RB:
   Charlton Kings, 15.48
   Upton St Leonards, 5.14, 8.9
   see RB period, malting kiln
Cotswold Archaeology (Trust), excavations, evaluations etc, 27.54; 28.43-45; 30.21-25;    32,15-18; 33.56-58; 34.67-71; 35.25-28
Cotswold:
   ridgeway, 32.8, 33.10; {17,20}
   native settlement, 4.2 (31-32)
   stone, see stone, use and types
   Water Park, archaeological survey, 19.50
Cowley:
   Birdlip, late IA high status burial, 34.21
   Birdlip RB site, 6.5
   Birdlip Quarry, farming settlement, 31.60, 34.22
   Ivylodge Farm, finds, 30.32
   Peak Camp, 15.52-56, 16.20-25
   Peak Camp, neo promontory enclosure, 31.53
   Royal George, Birdlip, 20.48-49
   Royal George RB site, 30.34
   Shab Hill RB site, 9.15
   Stockwell, 20.47
Cox, C., Lypiatt Cross, 19.16-23
Cox, N.P., Ancient Road through Cheltenham, 14.21-22
Cox, W., RB villa in Waitham Field, Whittington, 13.47-50
Cranham:
   Buckholt Wood, 32.38-40
   Idel Barrow, Popes Wood, 32.38-39
   pottery production and potters, post-med, 30.34; 34.78
   fieid report, 12.27
   Hackett, The, RB site, 9.15
   High Brotheridge earthworks, 11.17-22, 19.9-15
cremations:
   BA:
      Gloucester Business Park Link Road, Hucclecote, 32.15,17
      Guiting Power, 26.29-30
      St Augustines Farm, Preston, 31.60
   RB, Wotton, Gloucester, 26.48; 27.51; 33.19-20
      see also pottery, RB, C1 cremation group, Wotton, Gloucester
      Viking burial tradition, 31.35
Crickiey Hill, Coberiey, hillfort, 5.8-11
Cromwell, Oliver, 26.6,8; 28.25;
Cromwell, Thomas, 32.26
crop marks, 34.74
   see also aerial survey,
crosses:
   High Cross, Gloucester, 34.5-6
   memorial, 31.36-37
   Saxon, Lypiatt, Bisley, 27.38-39; 31.35; {39-40}
   shafts, St Oswald, Gloucester:
     in early context, 33.62
     Saxon, in structure, 33.62
Crossland, G., Celtic Fields at Horsley, 24.27-28
Crossland, I. and Ecclestone, M., 'The Site of Kinley Chapel and Chantry in Nympsfield', 35.5-   13
cruck-frame:
   Guise cottage, Brockworth, 12.45 see also Brockworth Mill
   Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
culvert, Tewkesbury Abbey, 26.30
currency bars, see IA period
Curtis, MLK.,'Neolithic to Bronze Age Flints from Arlingham', 31.45-46
customs, see annual customs and festivals
custumal of Minchinhampton, 1306, 32.4; 35.29; {13}
Cuthbert, Bishop of Hereford, 31.35
Cuthwine, Saxon leader, 31.25-26; {2-3}
Cyneburh, Abbess, 14.41-42

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Daglingworth:
   Duntisbourne Grove, late IA enclosure, 31.60
   Well Field, RB site, 34.51,74-78
Dalabere, John, 31.59
damage to Cotswold sites, 12.49
Danes, see Viking period
Dark Age period:
   burials, see burials
   Celtic / Welsh memorials, 31.34, 35.18; {11}
   change of civil order, 31.25-26; 32.5-8; 33.4; 35.17-18; {2-3,5,10-11,14-17}
   Christianity, see Christianity, C4-C7
   pottery, see pottery
   possible feature, Gloucester, 30.41; 35.25
   possible trackway, Matson, Gloucester, 30.47; 34.3
   see also sub-Roman period
Darkhill, West Dean, ironworks, excavs, 11.34
Darviii, T.C.:
   Neolithic Glos, 12.13-22
   Short Wood Coberley, 13.21
   Stamped Roman tiles from the Cotswolds, 14.49-57
   Cirencester, Tower Street, 15.46
   Peak Camp, Cowiey, 15.52-56, 16.20-25
   Saintbridge, 16.36
   The Buckles, Frocester, (with Timby, J.), 18.19-24, 19.24-28
Davies, G.:
   Barton Street, Gloucester, 14.39
   Llanthony Priory, 10.3-7
   moats, 11.47
   Over to Minsterworth road, 12.10
   Water Supply to Abbey and Greyfriars
   Priory, Gloucester, 8.1-4
Davies, S.:
   Gloucester buildings, 12.45-46, 13.11-12
   Gloucester Buildings record, 13.34
   Record review, Cotswold Characters, 12.43
   St Oswald's cemetery, 14.13-16
Davis, G., see Staelens, Y. and Davis, G.
Dean Archaeological Group, 30.27
Deerhurst:
   Alney Naight, 26.11-12, 27.6
   Dipper family, gravestones, 34.35-41
   fish weir, possible, 27.6
   peace agreement AD 1016, 26.11
   St Mary's church, excav and research, 29.38; 34.35
   shire boundary, 26.11
deer parks, 32.40
   see also hunting
development, threatened areas, 6.14
De Excidio Britanniae (Ruin of Britain), 31.25; 33.8; {2,9}
Defoe, Daniel, 32.28
Demetia, Voteporix, king of, 31,34
Dent, E., 32.25-26
deserted med villages and settlements, see med period
Didmarton, AS word element, 32.7; {16}
Dionysius Exiguus, monk, 33,ii
Dipper, family, tombstone inscriptions, Deerhurst, 34.35-41
Dixon, P.,
   Crickley Hill, 5.8-11, figs
DMVs:
   lists, 4.17 (41), 15.22-29
   Littleton, Worcs, 10.16
Dobunni:
   capital, see Cirencester
   civitas, 32.6-9, 33.3-4,6,9,12, 34.17-20; {4-5,7,15-18,19,22}
   coinage, 34.18-21,25
   people, 32.3, 33.8, 34.17-26; {9,12}
   political history, from coins, 34.21
   territory, pre Roman, 34.18-19
   text references, 34.17,19
Dodd A.,
   Abbess Cyneburh, 14.40-43
   Armada and Gloucester, 22.38-41
   Castle Hill earthwork, Taynton, 14.32
   'Charles I', 26.4-6
   Henry III - Gloucester's King, 20.30-32
   'King Lucius', 30,37
   Kings in Gloucester - Henry II, 23.31-32
   Names, 11.33-34
   Richard III, 17.6-11
   Stephen, Matilda and Earl Robert of Gloucester, 21.22-24
   "Think on these Things", quotations, 18.4, 19.50-51
   unpublished book manuscript, The Kings who came to Gloucester, 26.4; 30.37
   William I and Domesday, 19.4-8
   William Rufus in Gloucester, 18.9-11
Dodd, A., Lawrence A., and Moss, P., 66 Westgate Street, Gloucester, 10.9
Dodd, A. and Moss, P.:
   Brimpsfield Castle and the Giffards, 25.34-37
   Linton, Over, 9.13
Dodd, A., Lawrence A., Moss, P., and Spry, N., Brockworth Mill, 12.41-42
Dodyng, John, 35.39
Domesday Book / Survey, 27.37; 28.5,39; 29.51; 30.2,27,29; 31.3; 32.25;    33.11,14,39,47,56,58; 34.31,51,67; {21,24,37}
Donel, L., see Sermon, R. et al. (1996-2001)
Dorn, see Moreton-in-Marsh
Dorney, John, 26.5: 28.27; 29.45
Douthwaite, A.,'Historic Towns Survey: by GCC Archaeology Service', 29,31,32
Down Hatherley:
   burial, DA-Saxon, 27.53; 31.13-16
   excavs, 8.8
   Roman villa, 27.53; 31.13-16
dowsing, an archaeological tool?, 8.13-14; 27.14,40
Drake, B.,
   Booth Hall, Gloucester, 16.4-7
   review of : Gloucester and the Civil War - A city under siege, Atkin, M. and Laughlin, W.,        26.32
   "The King's Board", Gloucester, 17.11-12
Drake, Henry, 32.13
Driffield, Harnhill RB villa, 19.31-35
Ducie / Ducy, family:
   estate plan, Frocester, 34.79
   and in Nympsfield, 35.7
Dumbleton:
   Hugh of, abbot, 34.16
   Leyfield Farm RB site, 10.17
   Littleton DMV, 10.16; mill, 1O.17
Duntisbourne Rouse:
   Middle Duntisbourne, late IA enclosure, 31.60
Dursley, tufa used in church, 31.12
Dymock:
   Civil War, 26.5
   Cricket Pavilion site, excavs, 24. 22-26
   Hind Park Wood, kiln, excav, 29.38
   RB finds, 4.9 (35-36); 28.58
Dyrham, battle of AD577, 31.25-26; 33.5; {2-3,6}

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earthquake, 27.42
earthworks, survey, see field survey
Eastington:
   Civil War, 26.7
   gravel workings, burials and finds, 27,16
   human lower jaw, 28.12
   Pidgemoor Farm, 27.16
   RB site, 27.15
   Whitminster RB site, 27.8
   Whitminster Roman villa, 27.8-15
Ebrington, Harrowby House excav, 26.28,29
Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, 30.39; 31.35; 33.ii,5,7-8
Eastington,
   RB finds, 4.14 (39), 14.35
   Whitminster villa, 11.23
Easton Grey (Wilts), RB pottery, 14 (26)
Ebrington, IA coin, 16.16
Ecclestone, M.:
   note on C12 documentary evidence for a beacon on Robinswood Hill, 34.14-15
   note on CIA resistivity surveying equipment, 35.18
   'Fieldwalking a Roman Site at Daglingworth', 34.74-78
   'Fieldwalking on a Romano-British Site at Down-Hatherley', 31.13-16
   'Hon Secretary's annual reports to AGM', 28.1-3; 29.1-2; 30.1-2; 31.1-2; 32.1; 33.1-2; 34.1-     2; 35.1
   'The Boundaries of Saxon Woodchester', 27.36-37; {36-38}.
   'The Location of Two Medieval Properties In Rodborough', 35.29-36
   'The Haresfield Pottery: An Investigation', 33.47-55
   'The Name 'Manless Town' in Brimpsfield Parish', 31.51-52
   'The 'Pit Dwellings' on Rodborough Common and The Great Storm', 32.28
   'The Tithe Records', 26.9-10
   see also Crossland, I. and Ecclestone, M.
Edmund Ironside, king, 26.11
Edward I, 35.5-6
Edward II, 31.52,54; 35.5
Edward III, 29.44
Edward IV, 35.39
Edward, prince, (later Edward I) 35.20-23
Eleanor, of Brittany, princess, 33.46
Eleanor, queen, 35.19
Elgar of Kimsbury, 32.39
elite dominance, culture assimilation, 33.7; {8}
Elkstone:
   Highgate House, IA enclosure, 31.60
Ellis, P.:
  Cowley, Stockwell Farm, 20.47
  Willersey, 20.45-46
Ellison, A., Uley, West Hill RB site, 12.33-34, 13.32-33
Ellison, A., and Leach, P., Uley, West Hill RB site, 14.33-34
enclosure, of common, see inclosure, post-med to C19, 26.9-10
enclosures:
   churchyard, 35.50
   fishing, 27.4
   mortuary, 26.30
   stockkeeping, 29.ii; 30.23-24; 32.40; 34.23
   see also BA ; IA ; med ; neo ; post-med ; RB periods
Elmbridge Court, Longlevens, med finds, moat, 6.6
Elmore:
   Elmore Back, ale-houses, 27.7
   Weir Green, fishing enclosure, 27.4
English:
   see AS period; Saxon
English Bicknor:
  Barnfield, 22.58
  Castle motte, 6.5
  Eastbach Court, 22.58-61
  meso, flint core-adze, 34.72-73
  Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
  Symonds Yat hillfort, 29.30
Enright, D. and Kenyon, D., ' The Origins of a Cotswold Village, evidence from recent excavations at Lower Slaughter', 33.56-58
environmental evidence, 27.46, 28.53,58; 30.21; 31.27; 33.61
Ermin Street Guard, 9.7-8
Ermin Street / Way, 31.60-61
Ergyng, Welsh territory 29.30
Ernulf of Matson, 32.39
Essex, Earl of, 26.5
Ethelbert, king of Kent, 31.35
Evesham, battle of, 35.23
Evesham Almonry Museum, RB finds, 17.19-20
Ewbank-Smith, B.:
  discussion on archaeology, 9.16-17, 10.20-21,
Ewbank-Smith, B. editorial, (with Spry, N.P.), 9.1-2, 10.1-2
experimental archaeology, 28.19; 33.53

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Farmington, Bedwell RB site, 17
Fairford:
   church, west window, 32.28
   James Rathbone, chaplain, 35.6
   Thornhiil RB site, 21. 46-49, 22.63-64, 23.43-45, 24.32-33
Farinmail, king, 31.25-26; {2-3 }
Feribee, Rev John, 26.6
Fern, S.M.:
  conservation, 16.37-39
  Gloucester cathedral crypt, 17. 36-37
Ferrer:
   Bridget, 28.27
   Constance, Lt.Col., 28.25-27
festivals, see annual customs and festivals
field name, Cuckoo Pen, 11.35-38
field surveys:
   barrow / quarry, Robinswood Hill, Gloucester, 33.27-29
   earthworks, Hasfield, 30,3-5
   DMV, Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.53-58
   DMV, Taynton Parva, Taynton, 30.27-32
   DMV and wood boundaries, Bowldown Wood, 28.35-40
   earthworks, Kinley, Nympsfield, 35.10-12
   wood boundaries, Kemble Wood, 29.51-52
field systems:
   Coaley, 13.21, 16.37
   Horsley, celtic, 24.27-28
   med / post-med:
      open common fields:
      Leckhampton, 33.35-39
      discussion, 33.35,37
   ridge and furrow,
      Barnwood, Gloucester, 30.46
       discussion, 33.40,42
       Green Farm, Quedgeley, 28.53,55
       Haresfield, 33.50-51
       Hasfield, 30.3,4,
       Hucclecote, 32.15,18
       Leckhampton, 33.35,37,40-42
       Lobley's Farm, Gloucester, 30.44
  RB:
    Bourton-on-the-Water, 29.25
    Hucclecote, 30.42-43
    Pittville, Cheltenham, 34.69-70
    St James's, Cheltenham, 34.67-71
    Upton Lane, Gloucester, 27.48
    Upton St Leonards, 11.32
   see also ploughing
fieldwalking:
   Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-55
   Crockers Hill, Haresfield, 33.53
   Ifold, Painswick, 33.31,32; 34.51-58
   Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.56
   methodology, 31.13; 34.52,75
   opposite Globe Inn, Longford, 26.31
   Pirton Court Farm, Churchdown, 26.49
   Severnside, Arlingham, 31.45
   Standish, 35.42
   Six Acre Field, Down-Hatherley, 31.13-16
   Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.74
   west of church, Haresfield, 33.53
fireplace, Roman, 17.41
fishing, 26.13,15,20, 27.4-5, 29.44
   see also med period, fishponds
fish weirs:
   Duneye, Minsterworth, 29.44
   Gloucester:
      Castle Weir 26.13
      Cockayne Weir, Llanthony, 26.13
      Each Weir (Aucheswere), 26.14-15; 27.4
      Pool Weir (Pullewere), 26.13
      Westgate Bridge, 26.13
      construction, 26.15; 27.4-6
      Minsterworth, 29.44
Fitz John, Pain, 32.39
flints:
   around Brimpsfield, 31.53
   Bushley Green (Worc), 30.54
   Crockers Hill, Haresfield, 33,53
   Duntisbourne Grove, 31.60
   Green Farm, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 34.7
   meso, Ebley, Stroud, 30,21
   meso, Syerford, Whittington, 34.67
   meso, core-adze, English Bicknor, 34.72-73
   neo to BA, Arlingham, 31.45,46
   Northleach, 18.40
   Olympus Park, Gloucester, 30.48
   Pidgemore Farm, Eastington, 27.16
   South Cerney, 31.47
   Stroud, Pagan Hill, 16.35
   Syde, BA 7.10, mesolithic, 10.12
   Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.77
   Wotton, Gloucester, 28.65
Flores Historiarum, 34.16; 35.19
Fontenay, Abbey, Normandy, 31.52
Forbes, James, 28.33
Forest of Dean:
   archaeological review 1985-86, 20.33-35
   archaeology and history, 26.32
   Barons' War, Gilbert de Clare's army, 35.22
   C14 marauders, 30.26
   Dean 1987, 21.50
   early Norman control, 30.29
   forge, med, 3.2
   Heritage Museum centre, 15.20-21
   Keeper of, 35.22
   RB and med finds, 7.7-8
   site reports, 20.35-36 Fowler, P. J.:
   M5 motorway, 4.4-7 (33-34) metal detectors, 7.5-6
forts and fortresses, Roman, see Roman, army; Gloucester, Kingsholm, fortress
Fosse Way, 30.34; 31,61; 32.7-8; 33.9-10,56,58; {16-17,20}
Fowler:
   Henry, 26.6
   William, memorial inscription, Sapperton, 31.38
Frampton-on-Severn, RB settlement, 2.5 (10)
   gravel workings, burials and BA to Saxon features and finds, 27.16-17; 29.38
   Pegthorne Bridge, RB finds, 27.17
Fretherne:
   Barrow Hill Farm, med pottery, 9.13
Framilode, med building, 13.21
Franks Casket, 31.17-21; {31-35}
Frayncourt, Sir Simon de, 35.21
freestone, see stone, use and type
friaries, see abbeys / monastic houses
Frocester:
   The Buckles excav, 18.19-24, 19.24-27
Frocester, Walter, abbot, 27.42
Frocester:
   Civil war, 26.7
   Court Farm, lands and land use, 34.79
   DA rural market, possible, 33.5; {6}
   farm stable, Frocester Court, 32.35,36
   Frocester Court RB site and excav, 2.6 (11), 9.14, 10.15, 11.23-25, 12.31-32, 13.22, 14.24-       25, 15.46, 16.8-10, 36, 17.39 18.53, 22.63-65, 24.30-32, 25.41
   Frocester Court RB site and excav., (1992-2001), 26.22; 27.40-41;28.ii,10; 29.ii, 9-11;       30.6-10; 31.27-32; 32.10-12; 33.33-34; 34.22,30,45-48,57,70; 35.2-4
   Frocester Report, 32.10; 33.1; 34.1-2,48,50
      see also book reviews
   Hill Rd 8.8
   monastic remains, Frocester Court, 32.35
   parish boundary with Coaley, 34.79
   pot-quern from Court Lane, 28.11
   Roman road excav., 26.22
   Rooksmead:
      fragment of a relict landscape, 34.79-80
      RB site, 34,80
      RB burial, 4.4-5 (32)
   St Andrew's chapel, med coffins and incised lids, 30.13
   St Peter's church:
      chapel at Nympsfield, 35.6
      tombstone survey, 30.13-15
Frome, see River Frome
Fullbrook Leggatt, L.E.W.O.:
   President's Introduction, 1.1 (1)
   poems, "Dawn on Wotton Pitch" 11.15, "Trackways" (14.20
furnaces, RB, Frocester, 32.10; 33.33; 34.45,47; 35.3,4
   see also hearths; lime kilns

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GADARG; annual reports of the Committee:
   3.18-19 (29), 5.15-16,
  subsequently at end of each review
  see Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group
gales, see weather
gargoyles, 35.50
Gander, E.D.:
   Brimpsfield, 8.8, 9.11, 10.14
   Manless Town RB site, 9.12
   Miserden, ice-house, 9.12
   quern, 10.14
   Syde mesolithic site, 7.10, 10.12
   Winstone, smithy, 10.15
   see Rawes, B. F.
Garrod, A.P. (Patrick):
   'Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley', 27.53,54
   appreciation of, 30.41
   Bell Hotel site, Gloucester, 2.7 (11)
   Bell Lane, Gloucester, 1.7 (5-6)
   British Telecom trench, Kingsholm to Wotton, 25.22-25
   coffins, Brunswick Road, 11.7
   excavs in St Margarets Hospital, 11.6
   Frampton-on-Severn, RB site, 2.5-6 (10)
   Gloucester Castle, 20.28-29
   Gloucester and Kingsholm, 3.2-4 (18-19)
   Kingsholm, resistivity surveys, 21.14-15 (15-16)
   Prinknash Park, 12.34
   watching briefs, Gloucester, 26.42-43,48-51; 27.49-53; 28.58-68; 29.17-23; 30.44-50;        31.70-72; 33.17-25; 34.3-10; 35.45-47,49
       XX Legion inscription, 20.13-14
   site reports, Gloucester, 12.25-26, 13.25-28, 14.25-28, 15.39-42, 16.29-32, 17.26-35,        18.46-52, 19.45-49
   minor development sites, Gloucester, 20.19-24, 21.18-21, 22.25-28, 23.12-15, 24.14-21,       25.20-22
   see also Atkin, M. et al.; Sermon, R. et al
Garrod, A.P. and Heighway, C.M., Gloucester cathedral, 15.45
Garrod, A.P., and Moss, P.,
   Ariconium RB settlement, Herefordshire, 1.6-7 (5)
   Willington Court, Sandhurst, RB villa, 1.3 (3)
George III, 34.67
Georgian period:
   agriculture, 26.9-10
   chest tombs, 31.36-37
   wall memorials, 31.36-37
Geoffrey of Monmouth, 30.37; 31.25-26; {2-3}
geophysical surveys, 29.9; 30.6,43-44; 34.14-15; 35.42
   see also ground probing radar; magnetometer surveys; resistivity surveys
Gerald of Wales, 27.43
Germanic, day, season and festival names, 34.44; {30}
Giffard / Gifford:
   family, 32.39
   Halias, 32.39
   John, 31.52; 35.19-23
   Osbern, 27.33, 31.51
   Godfrey, Bishop of Worcester, 35.5
Gildas, 31.25-26; 32.5; 33.5,8; {2-3,6,14}
glass:
   AS:
   Frocester, 29.9
   RB:
      decorated bottle, Gloucester, 35.27
      bowl base, Frocester, 35.3
      engraved bowl, Frocester, 29.9
      plain cylindrical vessel, Frocester, 33.33
      tear bottle, Gloucester, 26.48
      gaming pieces, Frocester, 32.10; 34.45
glass making, Newnham-on-Severn, 31.42
Glastonbury, IA pottery type, 34.23-24
Glevensis, index of issues 1-25 (1968-91), 27. i-xvii
global positioning system (GPS), 34.28
Gewisse, 32.7; 33.13; {16,23}
Gifford family, historical, 25.34-37
Glass, H.J., Shorncote Quarry, 25.42-43
glass, Roman, 22.54
Glevensis, exchange of publications, library, etc, 4.18-19 (42)
Gloucester,
   Abbeymead:
      early RB site, 29.22
      IA pottery, 34.24
      Roman Fields, 21.14-17
   Alney Island, 22.28; 26.11,18
   Alvin Street, 23.13
   Alvin Gate, 32.13; 35.21
   Alvingate Mill, 32.13-14
      med building adjoining gate, 28.63
   Annual reports, excavs and watching briefs by City Unit, list of excavs 1931-55, 20.25-27;
   Annual reports, excavs and watching briefs by City Unit, 1985, 20.3-12; 1986, 21.7-17;
   Annual reports, excavs and watching briefs by City Unit: 1987, 22.12-25; 1988, 23.2-11;
   Annual reports, excavs and watching briefs by City Unit: 1989, 24.2-13; 1990, 25.4-32
   Archdeacon Meadow, weir house, 26.13-21
   Archdeacon Street, RB building evidence, 28.68
   Barbican Road, 17.28, 25.6-10
   Barbican Way, 14.26
   Bareland, 35.23
   Barnwood:
      RB site, features and finds, 34.5
       St Lawrence church, post-med burials, 34.5
   Barnwood Fields, 22.26
   Barnwood Road, 21.19, 22.25-26, 23.13-14
   Barnwood Road, quarry and RB burial, 28.65
   Barton Street, 12.26, 14.39, 17.34
   Barton Street, animal bones, post-med, 34.7
   Basilica, 29.7-8; 32.2
   Bell Hotel site, 2.7 (11), 3.7-12 (20-25)
   Bell Lane (now Market Hall) 1.7 (5)
   Berkeley Street, 14.26, 17.29, 22.13, 23.3-5
      Saxo-Norman deposits over Roman west ditch, 28.66
      telephone exchange site, 29.8
   bibliography of archaeology and history, 15.30-39, 20.25-27
   Blackfriars, 13.23, 14.28-29
      cemetery, 26.37-40; 34.9
      friary, 29.13,16; 34.60; 35.21,41
      mitigation strategy, (piling solution), 29.27; 34.3,9; 35.43-45
      project, assessment / evaluation, 26.35-40; 33.22-23; 34.9
      redevelopment, 29.8; 33.17; 34.1-3,9; 35.1,41,43-45
   Blind Gate, location, 35.21,40
   BMW site, Kingsholm, 22.3-11
   Booth Hall, 16.4-7
   Bristol Road:
      med, bridge and bridge keeper's house, 32.13-14
      Drakes Croft, 32.13-14
   Brunswick Road, 12.26, 14.26, 17.31, 35, 20.23, 21.19
   Brunswick Road, Civil War features, 26.45
   BT trench observation, 25.22-25
   buildings, record prior to demolition, 13.34
   burial grounds see cemeteries:
      med, 14.13-15
      RB, 11.5-9, 18.50
      Saxon, late, 15.45
      med:
         cathedral, 33.30
         Ladybellegate Street (Blackfriars), 26.37-40
         Southgate Street (St Owen), 28.58; 30.51
      post med:
         cathedral, 29.13
         Southgate Street, 28.58; 30.51
      RB:
         Docks, cremations and stone cists, 35.25
         Kingsholm, 28.59,63; 29.21,23
         Olympus Park, Quedgeley, in stone coffin, 29.13-15,17
         Parliament Street / Southgate Street, 35.25-28
         Upton Lane, 27.47-48
         Wotton, 26.48; 27.51; 28.50-51,57; 30.47.; 33.19-20
   see also bones, human
   butts, 35.27
   capture by Saxons, 30.2; 31.25; {2}
   castle, 17.33, 20.28-29, 25.7-10
   castle (new):
      bridge over Severn:, 35.20
      defences, see Gloucester, defences, med
      gates, 35.21
      location, 35.21
      prisoners:
        William Smyth, 30.26
        Princess Eleanor, 33.46
      sieges in Barons' War, 35.19-24
   castle (old):
      location, 29.27-28; 35.41
      defences, see Gloucester, defences, med
   Castlemeads, 12.25; 35.23
   Cathedral:
      Abbess Cyneburh of St Peters, 14.40-43
      archaeology in the precinct, 1983-85, 22.29-37
      crypt, 17.36-37
      crypt, graffito (head of bishop), 29.33-34
      finds, RB, Saxon, med, 14.27, 15.44-45, 16.31
      Garth Tank, drawing survey, 30.43
      King Lucius, stained glass window, 30.37-38
      Lady Chapel, med floor tiles survey, 29.16
      late med reredos in the south-east ambulatory chapel, 27.21-24
      two med sculptures of 'pipe and tabor' players, 30.52
      see also pipe and tabor
      post-med cemetery, 29.13
      Millers Green, 22.31-35
   see also Gloucester, St Peter's Abbey 
   cemeteries:
      med:
         Blackfriars, 26.37-40
         cathedral, 33.30
         Southgate Street (St Owen), 28.58; 30.51
      post-med:
         cathedral, 29.13
         St Catherine, St Oswald, 31.70
         St Lawrence, Barnwood, 34.5,11
         Southgate Street, 28.58; 30.51
      Roman, 11.5-9
      RB:
         Barton, Brunswick Road, 31.71
         Kingsholm, 28.59,63; 29.21; 31.70; 34.8
         St Oswald, 33.62
         South Gate, 35.25-28
         Wotton, 26.48; 27.51, 28.50-51,57; 30.47; 31.71; 33.19-20
       see also Gloucester, burials; London Road
      St Oswalds, 14.13-15
   Charter of Richard III, 17.10
   City (Corporation):
      land in Brimpsfield, 31.51-52
      Rental of 1655, 31.51.
   city centre excavs, 4.10 (36-37)
   city in 1750, large plan, 14.22
   Civil War:
      cannon ball, forge, Longlevens, 30.48
      ditches and earthworks, possible, 26.42; 28.50-51,67
      ditch ouside Outer Northgate, 33.19
      re-enactments, 28.21-23
      see Gloucester, sieges, see also Civil War
   Civic Trust, 8.12
   Clare Street, 12.25
   Claymund / Cleymond (mill leat banks), 32.13-14
   College of Art, 14.26
   College Street:
      med features, 28.61; 33.30
      observations in 1893 on site of RB west defences, 33.30
      see also Gloucester, King Edward's Gate
   colonia:
      1900th anniversary conference, 30.39; 31.1,67; 33.3,61; {4}
      foundation and nature, 29.5-7; 32.ii,2; 33.61
      territory of, 29.8
      see also, coloniae
   Commercial Road, 18.49, 19.48
   Company of Tanners, 34.59
   comparisons with Cirencester and Worcester, RB and AS, 29.8; 33.3-5,61; 34.17-18;       35.17- 18; {4-6,10-11}
   Coney Hill, 10.13; hospital, 25.19
   Coppice Corner, see Gloucester, Gambier Parry Gardens
   Corporation, see Gloucester, City
   Cross, The, 20.21, 22.26
   see Gloucester, High Cross 
   conduits, Abbey and Greyfriars, map, 8.1-4
   Daniels Brook, Tuffley, 21.21
   dark age and med occupation, 3.10-11(23)
   Deans Walk, 21.18
   defences, 4.10 (37), (18.49, 20.15-18, 25.23
      Civil War and Commonwealth: 26.20,42,45,48; 28.31; 29.45
      med, castles and town, 29.28; 35.21-23
      Roman, 28.60; 29.7; 35.14,21,41
   Denmark Road, 14.28, 17.29, 22.26, 25.24
   Derby Road, 17.29
   docks:
      Commercial Road, 18.49
      North warehouse, 15.6-9, 21.18
      RB burials, possible, 35.25
      tramroad siding, 17.35
   East Gate, 9.5, 25.25-29
      excav report (re: pottery), 33.47
      location, 35.21
   Eastgate street, 4.10 (37), 9.5-6,23, 13.25, 14.26, 23.12, 15
      excav and survey, RB and med features, 33.21-22,26-27
      St Martin's, med and later tenement documentation, 28.5-9
   Eastern Radial Road, 22.23-24
   Ermin Street, 21.19 Estcourt Road, 21.20, 23.13, 24.16
      excavations, a list, 20.25-27
   Emperor Nerva, see Nerva
   fish weirs, see fish weirs
   Folk Museum, 12.46
   Foreign Bridge, 27.43
   fortress, dates and buildings, 29.7; 33.61
   see also Roman, army
   forum, 3.7-12 (21-25) (plan)
      equestrian statue, 29.7; 32.2
      layout, 29.7-8; 32.2
   Gambier Parry Lodge estate, 18.49-51, 19.45-46, 23.12, 24.20
   Gambier Parry Gardens (Coppice Corner), pre-Roman IA focus, 33.61, 34.24
   gates, 9.3-6, 13.25, 25.25-29
   Gaudy Green, 28.31
   Greyfriars, 35.21,47
   Gouda Way, 24.17-19
   Great Western Road (Royal Hospital), 15.41
   Greyfriars, excav (1967), 2.8 (12)
   Grosvenor Road, 16.31
   Ground probing radar, 25.30-32
   harbour, RB, 17.33, (18.51
   Hare Lane, 22.27, 23.12, 24.15, 21
   Hare Lane, Kings Arms, 15.41, 16.31
   Hare Lane, rail bridge, 14.27
   Hare Lane, Tanners' Hall, 34.59-66
   Hempsted Lane, med finds, 28.64
   Hempsted, Newark House, Coach House, observations, 33.23-24
   Heron Estate, 12.26
   High Cross:
      nature and location, 34.5-6; 35.40-41,
      John Dodyng murdered at, 35.39
   Hillfield Gardens, 2.15 (15-16)
   historic buildings, care of, 12.45-46, 13.11-12
   Holy Trinity Church, 26.46-47, 35.40-41
   Horton Road:
   Horton Road Hospital, evaluation, 26.42
      rail sidings, evaluation, 27.46
   Hucclecote:
      Brookfield Road, RB find, 31.70
      Hucclecote Road, trackway, RB pit, 28.55
      RB agricultural activity, 32.15
      Resource Centre (playing field), evaluation, 30.42-43
      Roman villa, 30.42-43; 32.15,18
      Simmonds Road, IA currency bars, 31.71
      see also Hucclecote
   Infirmary, 35.25
   Inner Relief Road, 24.17-19
   Innsworth, 24.20
   Inner Ring Road, (20.21
   inscriptions, Roman, 18.50, 20.13-14
   inscriptions, tombstone, Roman, 29.6,7,16
   Iron Age, (24 11
   Island, 26.19-20
   Jewry, 1159-1275, 25.39-40
   King Edward's Gate, College Street, 26.42-44; 27.49; 33.30
   King' s Board, 26.46-47
   Kings Board, 17.11-12
   Kingsholm:
      archaeological background, 2.14-16 (15-16)
      cavalry cheek piece, Roman, 7.22 (drawing)
      Civil War ditch, possible, 28.67
      fortress:
        building evidence, 28.62, 29.23, 30.46, 31.70; 34.8; 35.47-48
        inner south defences, 30.46
        interpretation, 31.43
        north defences, 'killing ground', 31.71
        south defences, 28.58
        west defences, 27.47
      see also Roman, army
      Kings Ditch, for Saxon palace and med manor, 30.46
       med road, 28.62
       palace, med, 7.24
      RB burials, 28.59,63; 29.21,23; 31.70; 34.8
      RB features, 27.50; 28.58-59,62,64; 29.16,18,22, 30.46; 31.43-44,70; 34.9; 35.47-48
      RB finds, 28.60,62; 34.8; 35.47-48
      RB / med suburb boundary ditches, possible, 28.64
      resistivity survey, 2.15 (15-16)
      River Twyver culvert, Deans Way, photographic record, 30.48
      Roman fortress, 201 4-11, 21.20, (25.23
      Roman road, 28.62; 29.23
      Rugby Football Ground, 22.27, 23.14
      Saxon features, possible, 28.62-63
       White Hart Inn, 20.24
   see also, Gloucester, Longford, Sandhurst Lane; Gloucester, Gambier Parry Gardens
   Kingsholm Close excav, 7.23-25
   Kingsholm Court, terrace and Roman floor, 3.2-3 (19)
   Kingsholm Road, 13.27, 14.28, 16.29, 17.26-28, 18.47, 52
   Kingsholm Road, BMW site, 22.3-11, 16-21
   Kingsholm Road, RB altar and pottery, 3.3-4 (19)
   Kingsholm Square, 18.47, 21.21, 23.15, 24.19-20
   Kings School, 12.26, 13.27, 20.4, 21.20
   Kings School, playing field, 21.7-9
   Ladybellegate House 13.26
   Ladybellegate Street:
      Blackfriars (incl cemetery), see Gloucester, Blackfriars
      location, redevelopment, 35.41,43-44
      Norman castle and ditch, 29.27-28; 33.22-23
      RB buildings, 26.35-36; 29.27-28
      RB defences, 33.22-23; 35.41
      Roman / Saxon streets, 26.35-36
   late Roman town, 29.8; 35.17; {10}
   Little Meadow, 26.20-21
   Llanthony Priory:
      Cartulary, 31.50
      Civil War battery, 26.5
      fish weirs, 26,13,15
      land and possessions:
         Brimpsfield, 31.51
         Gloucester, 32,13; 35.23
         Haresfield, 33.47,54.55
         Ireland, 31.51
         Leckhampton, 33.35
         Painswick, 34.51; 35.14,16
         Prestbury, 34.78
         South Cerney, 31.50
      Llanthony Road, 20.23, 22.26
      mill, 32.13,14
      reconstruction drawing, 33.2
      registers, 35.39
      stone obtained from Harescombe and Haresfield, 33.54-55
      tumults in 1466-7, 35.39
   Llanthony Priory, see Llanthony
   London Road, 11.13, 12.25, 16.30, 17.28, 30 19.48, 21.7, 23.12-13, 15, 24.16-17, 25.11-       13
      Civil War ditch outside Outer Northgate, 33.19,
      med, sunken building, timber building, metal workshop, 33.19
      RB buildings, timber and masonry, 29.8, 33.17,19
      RB street, metallings, 33.17,19
      see also Gloucester, Wotton
  Longford Lane, prehistoric hearth, possible, 28.66
  Longlevens:
      Civil War, cannon ball, reputed forge, 30.48
      field names, 30.35
      name, 30.35-36
      parish of Holy Trinity, 30.35
   Longsmith Street, 20.20
      Bearland House, 35.41
      colonia rampart, 33.24-25
      excavated RB building types, 29.8
      Ladybellegate House, 35.41
      Saxo-Norman street, 33.25
   Lower Quay Street, 20.19
      The Brewery site, 28.51-53,58
   maps etc of, see maps
   Matson, Ernulf of, 32.39
   Matson:
      Ernulf of, 32.39
      Matson House, 26.5
      Matson Lane, DA features, 34.3
      Matson Lane, 20.23-24
      Rectory Road:
       RB site, farmstead and possible villa, 30.47
       DA trackway, possible, 30.47; 34.3
   Meanham, 26.16-19
   med floor tiles, 21.25-28
   minor development sites in Gloucester, 1984-90: 1984-85; 20.19-24; 1985-86, 21
   minor development sites in Gloucester, 1984-90:18-21 1987; 22.25-28; 1988, 23
   minor development sites in Gloucester, 1984-90: 12-15; 1989, 24.14-21, 25.20-22
   Morin's Mill, 32.14
   Mount Street, 20.24
   Museum, function in archaeology, 20.26
   names of, Roman, British, Saxon, med and later, 29.6; 30.2; 32.2
   New Street, 24.20
   North Gate, foundations, 9.3; 35.21-22
   Northgate Street, 3.2 (18), 6
      med and later features, 28.67
      med tenements outside North Gate, 32.13
      RB features and finds, 28.7-8,67
      street levels, RB to post-med, 34.3
      see also Gloucester, High Cross
      2-4 (figs), 9.3, 24, 12.25, 13.27, 21.19
   Old Tram Road, see Gloucester, Parliament street
   Outer Northgate, 33.19
   Oxford Street, 20.20-21
   Oxstalls campus, evaluation, 27.54
   Park Street, 24.15-16
      medieval whistle (tabor pipe), 30.51-52
      RB and possibly Saxon feature, C17 building, 28.63; 30.51
      street surfaces, 34.9
   Parkend Road, 20.24
   Parliament Street, 19.47, 49, 20.19-20, 23
   Parliament Street, RB and post-Roman features, 28.57; 30.41; 35.25-28
   Pembroke Street, RB building finds, 28.68
   pipes, tobacco, 22.42-46
   Pitt Street, 12.26, 13.26, 14.27
   Plock Court Farm site, 23.15
   Plock Court playing fields, finds, 18.49
   Podsmead, 21.18
   Pool Weir, 26.13
   pottery, ' type-fabrics' 30.32-34; 33.47,53; 34.78
   pottery production and potters, med, 34.78
   pottery type-fabric series, 20.27
   pre-Roman IA focus, north of Kingsholm, 33.61
   Priory Road, Old Severn landfill, 28.62
   prison warders' houses, 20.28-29
   Prison:
      animal bones and clay pipes, 28.57
      disturbed debtors burials, possible, 35.45
   provincial capital, C3, possible, 33.3: {4}
   quays and harbour:
      course of River Severn, see River Severn
      course of river, 12.6-8
      excav near prison, 17.33,
      medieval quay, 31.70-71
      Roman quay, 29.8
      Roman wharf, Kingholm, possible, 27.47
   Quay Street, 14.26, 15.40, 18.51, 20.19-20
      Lower Quay Street, 18.51
      Upper Quay Street, 25.16
   Quedgeley:
      court held at, 35.20
      Field Court moat, 28.68
      Green Farm:
         ridge and furrow, 28.53,55
         BA flint, 34.7
      Olympus Park:
         flint tool, 30.48
         RB site, burial, villa, temple, trackway, 28.58, 29.13-15,17,20; 30.44-45,48; 34.7-8
         Saxon pottery sherds, 29.20
      Tesco petrol station, Roman road, 28.54-56
      Waterwells Farm, RB ditch, 30.43-44
   Queen Street, 15.41
      resistivity surveys, Hillfield
      Gardens, Barnwood Bridge, 1.2 (2-3)
   Rental of 1455, Cole's, 28.5,7-9; 34.5-6
   Rental of 1655, 31.51
   Res Publica Glevensium, 29.7
   River Severn, see River Severn
   River Twyver, see River Twyver
   Robert of, 35.19-22
   River Severn, early channels, 12.4-9
   River Twyver, 18.48
   Robert, Earl of Gloucester, 21.22-24
   Robinswood Hill:
       archaeological project, 33.27-29; 34.12-15; 35.48
       barrow / quarry at summit, survey and excav, 33.28; 34.13-15; 35.48
       C12 documentary evidence for a beacon, 34.14-15
       geophysical survey, 34.14-15
       reservoir ancillary building, excav, 34.13-15
       water supply for Gloucester, 34.5,13
       Well Cross, Well House and Red Well, 33.28-29
   Roman Gloucester, 21.5-6
   Roman mint, possible, 33.61
   Roman name, 29.6; 30.2; 32.2
   Roman Research Committee, 1931-67, 20.25
   St Bartholemew's Hospital:
      land in Brimpsfield, 31.51
      location, 35.21
      northern boundary, 26.19.
      Westgate Bridge, 35.21
   St Catherine:
      churchyard:
         RB cemetery, 33.19-20
         C18 features, 33.20
      parish, 30.35
   St Catherine Street, 14.27, 17.32, 34, 18.48, 20.21-22, 23, 21.19, 22.26, 24.14
   St Johns Lane, 21.19
   St Kyneburgh, 35.23
   St Lawrence, see Gloucester, Barnwood
   St Lucys Gardens, 22.27
   St Luke Street, 16.30
   St Margarets Chapel, London Road, 25.11-13
   St Mark Street, 21.21, 22.27
   St Margaret's Hospital, 27.51
   St Martin's Chapel and Place, 28.5-9
   St Mary de Crypt:
      Civil War, ammunition store, 26.5; 28.31
      location, 35.41
      med tiles, 28.29
      Thomas Steel tombstone inscription, 31.40
      Victorian tiles, 28.28-29
   St Mary de Crypt School, John Biddle Master, 28.30-32
   St Mary de Grace, 26.46-47
   St Mary de Lode:
      church: 13.28
         excavs 1978-79, 14.4-12, 16.31
         excav., RB, Saxon, Norman structures, 30.37
         King Lucius legends, 30.37
         Lode, word origin, 30.37
      parish:
         Each Weir, 26.13-15; 27.4
         extent, 26.15,19; 30.35,37
         Speed's watercourse, 26,15-21
         weir house (werehouse), 26.13-21; 27.4   St Mary Magdalen's Almshouses, RB burials,             28.50-51
   St Mary Magdalene, London Road, 11.13
   St Mary Magdalen's Chapel, Roman gravestone, 29.16
   St Marys Street: 18.51, 21.20; 35.40
      excavs, 7.9, (8.5, 9.11, 10.13
   St Michael, 28.5,26; 35.41
   St Nicholas church, 13.19-20
      churchyard, 35.45
         monitoring and recording, 28.57; 34.10; 35.45
   St Nicholas House, 18.52
   St Oswald's Gate, Baron's Wars, 35.22
   St Oswalds Priory,
      advoson of Minsterworth church, 29.44
      cemetery after Dissolution, 14.13-16
      excav (1967), 2.9-10 (12-13)
      history, excav, 10.8, 12.47-48, 13.24-25, 18.12-15
      minster / priory, 28.4; 33.62-63; 34.66; 35.21
      RB cemetery, 33.62
      RB municipal tilery, 33.61-62
      royal free chapel, 35.6
      St Catherine's churchyard and National School, observations, 31.70
      structural survey, 33.62
      Viking camp, possible, 33.62
   St Oswalds Road, 22.27
   St Owen, burials, 28.58; 30.51
   St Peter's Abbey:
      abbey wall, College Street, 17.32; 33.30
      Abbot Walter Frocester's Historia, 27.42-43
      anarchy affects abbey in 1449 and 1463, 35.39
      Cartulary, 32.39; 34.14; 35.8
      crypt, 29.33-34; 34.6-7
      early history, 27.42-44, 33.6,62; {7}
      fish weirs, 26.13,15; 29.44
      Gerald of Wales, educated at, 27.43
      Gregory of Caerwent's chronicle, 27.42-44
      Lady Chapel, med floor tile survey, 29.16
      land and property:
         Brookthorpe, 34.14
         Cranham, 32.39
         Gloucester, 34.78
         Leonard Stanley Priory, 31.4
         Nympsfield, AS, med, 35.8
         Taynton church, 30.29
         Tuffley, 34.15
         Upton St Leonards, 32.39
         Whaddon, 34.14
       location, 35.21
       mill, 32.14
       Monkleighton, abbey garden, 32.13-14
       Nympsfield chapel-of-ease, 35.6
       St Brigid chapel, 27.43
      summer residence and vineyards at Over, 29.44; 35.39
      towers, 27.43-44, 29.34
      see also Gloucester, cathedral  Saintbridge:
         balancing pond, 21.11-14
         burials, 9.22
         R B site, 16.36
   Sandhurst Lane, 23.14, 24.11-13
   Sandhurst Road, 21.20, 22.27, 28, 25.22-23
   Sandyleaze, 21.20
   sheath, leather, 12.23-24
   sieges:
      Civil War, see Civil War, siege of Gloucester
      med sieges, 35.19-24
   Skinner Street, 20.22, 21.19
   Southern's Store, Northgate St, 6.2-4
   South Gate, 16.30
      inscription, 26.6; 28.32
      location, 35.21
   Southgate Street, 2.7 (11), 3.5-12 (20-25), 15.40, 23.5-11, 24.3-7,15; 25.14-15
      Bell Hotel site, Forum and Basilica, 29.7-8; 32.2
      early med evidence, 26.50
      St Owen site / Southgate Gallery:
          burials, 28.58; 30.51
         medieval whistle (tabor pipe), 30.51-52
         RB, Saxon, med evidence, 30.50-51; 35.25
         skeletons, processing, 28.58
   Spread Eagle Road, RB and med finds, 30.44
   Station Road, 14.25, 17.30, 18.46
   street plan, late Saxon, 29.8
   Sudbrook, 32.13-14
   Tanners Hall, 13.18
      see Gloucester, Hare Lane
   tannery, 9.24
   Tewkesbury Road, 19.48
   Tewkesbury Road, Longford, 21.21, 22.28, 23.14
   Three Cocks lane, 17.32
   territorium, see Gloucester, Colonia, territory of
   token moulds:
       illustrated, cover of Glevensis 24
   tourist guides, 13.51
   Trafalgar Drive, Innsworth, 24.20
   Tuffley:
      St Peter's Gloucester has hunting rights, 34.15
      Sheephouse, 13.12, 23.26
   Unitarian chapel, Eastgate Street (formerly Barton Street), 28.33
   unpublished excavations, 31.69; 33.17,61
   Upper Quay Street, 20.20, 25.16-18
      Roman buildings, 26.45
   Upton Lane, 22.21-25, 23.14
      RB field system and burial, 27.47-48
   Victoria Street 17.34
   villas, Roman:
      Hucclecote, 30.42-43
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, 29.13,20
      Pembroke Street, possible, 28.68
      Rectory Road, Matson, possible, 30.47
   walls, see Gloucester, defences
   wars, see Gloucester, Civil War; see also Baron's War; Stephen and Matilda, war between;        War of Roses
   water supply to Abbey and Greyfriars Priory 8.1-4
   Werehouse (weir house), 26.13-21; 27.4
   West Gate:
      head of John Dodyng mounted, 35.39
      in Baron's War, 35.20-21
   Westgate Bridge, repair, 35.21-22
   Westgate Street, 10.18, 12.45, 13.26, 16.30, 32, 17.31, 18. 52, 20.21, 21.20, 21, 22.13,       23.3-5, 24.8-9, 25.16-18
      building survey, 26.41
      C18-19 pottery, 34.11
      former buildings in street, 26.46-47
      late Saxon carved stone, 28.66-67
      med features, 28.58, 30.47
      riverside land reclamation, 28.51-52
      RB bridge pier, possible, 33.61
      RB features, 28.66; 34.8
      Roman public building / temple, possible, 26.45-46; 29.8, 33.61
      Roman, Saxon and medieval quays, see Gloucester, quays and harbour
      skeletal remains, Fountains Court, 35.45
      sub-Roman nature and features, 30.47; 33.6; {7}
   Weveland Road, 23.13
   Whitefriars:
      location, 35.21
      gate in Northgate Street, 32.13
   Worcester Street, 15.40, 24.20-2 1
      RB and med features, 28.63
   Wotton:
      Glos Royal Hospital and London Road, finds, 28.65
      RB burials, 26.48; 27.51, 28.50-51,57; 30.47; 33.19-20
      see also Gloucester, London Road; St Catherine; St Mary Magdalen's Chapel; St Mary       Magdalen's Almshouses
   Wotton, survey, 1.2 (3)
   Wotton Hill, ex.cav, 2.10-12 (13-14)
Gloucester Archaeology Unit (Gloucester Archaeology):
   Annual Reports, fieldwork, excavs, projects, finds and events, (1992-2001), 26.35-51;        27.46-53; 28.48-68; 29.12-23; 30.40-50; 31.67-72; 33.17-29; 34.3-15; 35.43-49
   archive and post-excavation project, 31.69; 33.17; 34.11
   Robinswood Hill archaeological survey project, 33.27-29; 34.12-15
   urban archaeology database (UAD), 30.41; 31.67; 33.17,25-26; 34.3,10-11
   watching briefs, 26.48-51; 27.49-53; 28.58-68; 29.17-23; 30.44-50; 31.70-72; 33.17-25;      34.3-10; 35.45-47,49
   see also Gloucester, Blackfriars redevelopment
Gloucester and District Archeaological Research Group:
   annual financial reports, 26.33-34; 27.54-55; 28.46-47; 29.53-54; 30.57-58; 31.73-74;      32.43-44; 33.64-65; 34.81-82; 35.51-52
   bequests to GADARG (invitation), 34.71
   CIA resistivity surveying equipment, 35.18
   Glos tithe map transcription project, 26.9; 33.1
   Group objectives, 28.2
   Hon Secretary's annual reports to AGM, 26.2; 27.2; 28.1-3; 29.1; 30.1-2; 31.1-2; 32.1; 33.1-       2; 34.1-2; 35.1
   junior challenge shield, 26.8; 34.ii;
   sites and monuments record, 26.2; 29.4;
   website, 33.63: 34.1
Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service:
   excavations, surveys etc. 26.30-31; 29.24-32; 30.16-20,36; 31.43-44; 34.59-66
   sites and monuments record, 26.2; 29.4; 30.36
   see also, Gloucester and District Archaeological Research Group, sites and monuments

   record
Gloucestershire:
   unpublished excavs, 29.37-38
   properties of Llanthony Priory, 23.17-19
   see also Gloucester, unpublished excavations
Godman, William, abbot
Godwin tiles, 21.30
Golden Valley, see River Frome
Gotherington:
   Nottingham Hill, 29.37; 35.37-38
   RB site, 7.8
Goudge, C. E., leather sheath, 12.2 3-24
Goudge, C.E., and Saville, A., RB pottery from Benhall, 14 61-62
Goult, D., see Moore-Scott, T. and Goult, D.
Gracie H.S., Frocester RB villa, 6-7 (11), 9.14, 11.23, 12.31-32
Gracie, H.S. and Price E.G., Frocester RB villa, 13.22
graffiti, 18th century, 9.25-27
graffito (head of bishop), med, Gloucester, cathedral, 29.33-34
grass tempered pottery, see pottery, DA
gravestones, see memorials, tombstones
graveyards, see cemeteries, see also churchyards
Great Howle Farm, Herefords. RB settlement, 20.36
Greatorix, P.:
   Eastgate Street sewer renewal, 25.25-29
   see Atkin, M. et al.; Sermon, R. et al
Great Witcombe, Roman villa, 29.8,37; 34.51,55,57 Greene, B.:
   'Decorated Victorian Floor Tiles in St Mary de Crypt Church', 28.28,29
   Victorian floor tiles in Gloucestershire churches, 21.29-33
Greet, see Winchcombe
Gregory of Caerwent, 27.42-44
Greyfriars, see Gloucester
Griffin, P.K., Stanley House, Kings Stanley, 12.29, 13.28-29, 14.29-30
grindstones, see stone
ground probing radar, 25.30-32
   surveys, 26.35-37, 27,47;
   pioneered by Gloucester Archaeology Unit, 27.46
Guiting Power:
   Bowsings, IA site, 28.13-19, 34.22
   Guiting Manor, oven, 29.38
   round barrow, 26.29-30
   The Park, IA site, 28.13-19, 34.22
Guy, C.J.:
  Blackfriars, Gloucester, 13.23-24, 14.28-29
  Royal George, Birdlip, 20.48-49
Gwatkin, Geoffrey., Glos tithe map copies, 26.9; 27.33; 33.47


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Hailes Abbey, see Stanway
Halling, Richard, tombstone, Frocester, 30.14
Hannan, A.:
Holm Castle excav, 9.9-10, 10.10-11
  Tewkesbury excavs, 7.18-22, 8.7
Hannan, A. and Rhodes, J., Down Hatherley RB site, 8.8
Harding, G.T.:
   Brimpsfield, Coberley, Cranham, 12.27
   dowsing, 8.13-14
   excav at Bidfield, Miserden, 33.44-46
   excav at Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 27.27-32; 31.54
  High Brotheridge, 11.17-22
  South Cerney, Withington, 12.32
Hare. M.:
   St Nicholas church, Gloucester, 13.19-20
   'The Chronicle of Gregory of Caerwent: A preliminary account', 27.42-44
Hare, M.G., pipeline, Twyning to Leigh, 14.46-47
Harescombe:
   bailiff's accounts, 33.55
   quarry, 33.54
   Stockend Roman villa, 34.51
Haresfield:
   Beacon camp, 18.48
   Crokers Hill, 33.47-53
   Danesfield, 33.49,
   Domesday Survey, 33.47
   glebe terriers, 33.49
   geology, 33.50,52
   hillfort, 32.7; 35.14-15; {16}
   land ownership, 33.47,54-55
   manor, 33.47
   medieval finds west of church 33.53
   minister's accounts, 33.47
   Mount, the, 14.29
   pipeline, 8.9
   pottery, med production and potters, 30.33-34; 33.47,49,53
   quarries, 33.54-55
   The Park, 33.47
   warren, 33.49
Harris, J., 'The Site of Alney AD1016', 26.11-12
Hartpury:
  ancient trackway, 24.34-36
  finds, 6.4
  tithe barn, 13.11
Hasfield:
   Hasfield Court, 30.3
   earthworks survey, 30.3-5
   Grimbald Pauncefoot, lord of, 35.22
   manor house of Pauncefoot family, 30.3
Hassall, M., Roman Gloucester in perspective, 21.5-6
Hawkins, W., 'John Biddle,The Father of English Unitarianism', 28.30-34
Haymes RB site, see Southam Hazleton, barrows excav, see long barrows
headstones, see memorials and tombstones
hearths, 26.28; 27.40; 28.17,66; 30.10,47; 31.28,60
   see also ovens
hedges, dating by species count, 33.35; 34.79
   see also boundaries
Heighway, C.:
   'A Graffito in the Crypt of Gloucester Cathedral', 29.33-34
   'Britons and Saxons in Gloucestershire - Back To The Saxons', 33.5-6; {6-7}
   'Excavations and Observations of the Late Medieval Reredos in the South-East Ambulatory    Chapel,
   Gloucester Cathedral', 27.21-25
   'The Chapel of St Martin Gloucester', 28.5-9
Hempsted, see Gloucester
Henry III, 34.16; 35.19-23
Henry VI, 35.39
Henry VII, 32.25
Henry VIII, 34.49-50
Hereford, Earls of, see Bohun
Herefordshire border, post-med pottery source, 32.33, 34.54
hermit,Thomas of Kinley, 35.5
Hewelsfield, Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
Heyes, T.:
   'Bowldown Wood', 28.35-40
   'Kemble Wood', 29.51-52
Heighway, C.M.:
  excavs at Kings Stanley, 23.33-42
  Gloucester bibliography, 15.30-39
  Gloucester Cathedral precinct 1983-85, 22.29-37
  Northgate and Eastgate Streets, Gloucester, 9.3-6
  Roman cemeteries, 11.5-9 (with contributions by Garrod, A.P. and Rhodes, J.F.)
  St Oswalds Priory excav, 10.8, 12.47-48, 13.24-25, 18.12-15
  Tanners Hall, Gloucester, 13.18
  Westgate Street, 10.18
Hempsted, Court Gardens, 18.47
Henry II, historical essay, 23.31-32
Henry III, historical essay, 20.30-32
Henshaw, C.:
  Kingsholm, 15.42
  index to Review nos 1-14, 16.40-47
Herefordshire: properties of Llanthony Priory, (23 20
Hermon, S., Leckhampton Hill, 4.11-14, (37-39)
Hey, G. and Palmer, S., Thornhill Farm, Fairford, 21.46-49, 22.63, 23.43-45, 24.32-33
Hicks, Sir William, 32.41
High Brotheridge, Cranham, 11.17-22, 19.9-15
Highfold, see Painswick, Ifold Highnam:
   Linton RB site, 9.13
   med site, 11.26
   Over, the Vineyards, St Peter's Abbey summer residence, 29.44; 35.39
   Over to Minsterworth road, 29.39-44
   RB site, 11.26
Hill:
   manor, 35.5
   Wickstowe, 35.5
Hillaby, J., The Gloucester Jewry, 1159-1275, 25.39-40
hillforts:
   Crickley Hill, 5.8-11
   Leckhampton, 4.11-14 (37-39)
   Uleybury, 11.27
   Willersey 20.45
   see IA period
Hingley, R., Cotswold Water Park, 19.50
Historia , Abbot Walter Frocester's of Gloucester Abbey, 27.42-44
Historia Britonum, 31.25-26; {2-3}
Historia Regum Britanniae, 30.37; 31.25; {2}
Historic Town Survey, of 24 Glos towns, 29.31-32
Hodsdon, J.D.:
  clay pipes, 13.33
  High Street, Cheltenham, 14.58
Hodges, Thomas, MP, 28.25
hog-backs, grave slabs, 31.36
Holder, T., memorial sculptor, 34.37,40
Holland, Benjamin, 32.33
Holm Castle, Tewkesbury, excav, 9.9, 10.10-11
Homme, Reginald de, abbot, 35.20.
Horsley:
   celtic fields, 24.27-28
   Civil War, 26.7
Horton:
   Horton Court, The Ambulatory, loggia, 34.49-50
   Knight, William, 34.49-50
Howes, R.:
   'A Gloucestershire 'Verray Gentil Parfit Knight' ', (re; Sir John de la Rivere) : 31.58-59; 32.24
   'A Second Relief of Gloucester', 28.25-27
   note on John Biddle's removal as Crypt School master, 28.34
   'Sir William Reach-Me-Never', (re: Richard Shayt of Ruardean), 30.26
   'The Ambassador', (re: William Knight), 34.49-50
   'The Medieval Sieges of Gloucester 1263-65', 35.19-24
   'The Princess in the Tower', (re; Eleanor at Gloucester), 33.46
   'Women in the Civil War - and the story of a royalist widow', 29.45-48
Hoyle, J.:
   'Tewkesbury Abbey Meadow', 26.30-31
   'Offa's Dyke Management Survey, 1995-6', 29.29-31
Humpty Dumpty, 26.5
Hucclecote:
   Dingle Cottage, 12.45, 13.11
   Gloucester Business Park link road, excav, BA-RB, 32.15-18
   Hayfield, Green lane, 20.22
   RB and med finds, 6.5
   RB villa, 23.3, 24.9-10, 25.19
   see also Gloucester, Hucclecote
hundreds, relevance to Lypiatt Cross, 19.20
Hungerford, Anthony, Col., 29.47-48
hunting, 34.15-16
hunting lodge, Brimpsfield, 12.27
Huntley, RB site, 11.26
Hurst H.:
   Eastgate Street, 4.10-11 (36-37)
   Gloucester's defences, 20.15-18
   'Gloucester's 1900th Birthday as a City', 29.5-8
   Kingsholm, excav, 7.23-25
   Southgate Street, excav, 3.5-12 (20-25)
Hwicce, 14.40-41; 33.3-4,6,13,62; 35.8; {4-5,7,23}
Hyde, Sir William de la, 35.21
hypocaust evidence:
   Bushley Green, (Worc), 30.53
   Chedworth Roman villa, 31.63
   Frocester, 31.28
   Ifold Roman villa, Painswick, 33.31
   Kingscote, 10.17-18
   Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 34.7
   Tetbury Upton, 31.22
   Villa Rustica, St James's, Cheltenham, 34.69

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ice house, Miserden, 9.12
Ifold, see Painswick
inclosure, post-med to C19, 26.9-10, 33.35-40
index of Glevensis issues 1-25 (1968-91), 27. i-xvii
index to Reviews 1-14, 16.40-47
Inge, William, the Justiciar, 34.16
inhumations, see burials
inscriptions:
   Latin, 29.6-7,16; 31,33-35; 34.17
   ogham, 31.34
   inscriptions, Roman:
      building stone, Gloucester, 20.13-14
      lead sheets, Uley, 12.33
      tombstone, Gloucester, 18.50
      runic, 31.17-21,34; 33.43; {27,31-35}
   South Gate, Gloucester, 26.6; 28.32
   tombstone, historical importance, 31.33-41; 34.35-41
Ireland / Irish:
   Civil War, military service in, 29.45
   heroic tales, 34.42; {28}
   pagan festivals, 34.42-43; {28-29}
   properties held by Llanthony Priory, 23.21-23; 31.51
Iron Age period:
   Bagendon, 16.26-29
   banjo enclosures, 34.23
   Beckford, 7.6-7, 8.6-7
   Bourton-on-the-Water, 14.24
   coinage, 34.18
      see also, Dobunni
      see under coins
   currency bars, 31.71
   dykes, see IA period, earthworks
   earthworks:
      Bagendon, 34.22
      Bulwarks, Minchinhampton, 27.37; 32.3-5; {37}
      The Knolls, Oxenton Hill, 35.37
   enclosures:
      banjo enclosures, see IA period
      Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-56; 34.27-29
      Chester Walk, Cheltenham, possible, 34.67
      Duntisbourne Grove, Daglingworth, 31.60
      Ermin Farm, Preston, 31.60
      Frampton Mansell, 34.23
      Highgate House, Elkstone, 31.60
      Middle Duntisbourne, Duntisbourne Rouse, 31.60
      Middle Ground, Temple Guiting, 28.18
      Preston, 31.60
      Salmonsbury, Bourton-on-the-Water, 28.19; 29.24-25
       Bowsings, Guiting Power, 28.13-19, 34.22
   Gloucester, 24.11
       farmsteads / settlements:
         Bowsings, Guiting Power, 28.13-19, 34.22
         Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-56, 34.27-29
         Frocester, see Frocester, Frocester Court RB villa
         Kingsholm / Longford, Gloucester, 31.70; 33.61; 34.24
        The Ditches, North Cerney, 34.21-23,25
        The Knolls, Oxenton Hill, 35.37-39
        The Park, Guiting Power, 28.13-19, 34.22
   hillforts:
      Beckbury, Temple Guiting, 35.37-38
      Conderton (Worc.), 34.22; 35.37-38
      Cleeve Cloud, Southam, 35.37-38
      Crickley, 31.53; 35.14,15
      Kemerton, Bredon (Worc.), 34.22; 35.37-38
      Lancaut, 29.30
      Leckhampton, 29.38; 33.35
      Haresfield, 32.7; 35.14-15; {16}
      Meon Hill (Warks), 35.37
      Nottingham Hill, 29.37; 35.37-38
      Painswick, 32.37; 35.14-16
      Roel, Sudeley, 35.38
      Symonds Yat, 29.30
      Towbury Hill, 30.53,56
      Uley Bury, 32.7; 34.22; {16}
    Kings Stanley, 13.40, 23.33-40 Crickley hillfort, 5.8-11
    Leckhampton hillfort, 4.11-14 (37-39)
    occupation evidence, Hucclecote, 32.15-16,1

    oppida, see IA period, hillforts
    settlements and hillforts, development and relationships, 34.20,22-25, 35.37,39
    see also IA period, hillforts
    social and political structures, 34.20-22
    storage pits:
       grain / food storage, 28.17,19; 29.25-26
       experimental construction, 28.19
    structures, primary school, Bourton-on-the-Water, 29.24-26
    transition to RB period, 34.25
    tribal centre of Dobunni, possible, Bagendon, 34.19-20,22
    Uley hillfort, 11.27
    Willersey hillfort, 20.45
iron works:
   Dark Hill, West Dean, 11.34, 20.35
   Whitecliffe furnace, Coleford, 20.35
iron working, see metal working
iron objects:
   artefacts, Tetbury Upton, 31.22
   candlestick, Frocester, 31.29
   dagger, Frocester, 26.22
   domestic, agricultural and industrial artefacts, Frocester, 30.10; 31.29
   fiddle key nail, Bidfield, Miserden, 33,46
   keys, Frocester, 32.10, 34.45
   knife, decorated bone handled, Frocester, 31.29
   pilum point and shank, Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.62
   spearhead and sword, Frampton-on-Severn, 27.16
   steelyard, with lead weights, Frocester, 32.10
intaglio, RB, cornelian, Fortuna, Frocester, 30.10
Isaac, J., Bishops Cleeve School site, 21.40
Isaac, P., Isserlin, R., and Yujdl, V., Llanthony Priory, 19.43-44

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Jeffery, J.A., photography, 2.2 (8)
Jermy, K.E., Barnsley Park RB site, 21.46
Jet, pins:
   Frocester, 29.9
   Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 29.13,15,17.
John, king, 27.35; 31.51; 35.19
Johnson, M., 'The Street at Minsterworth, and the road from Over', 29.39-44
Jones, Samuel, sailor, 32.19-22
junior challenge shield, 25.44

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Kellock, A.P.:
   med floor tiles in Gloucester 21.25-28
   med tiles, 15.2
Kellock, A.,'Medieval Tiles in St Mary de Crypt Church, Gloucester', 28.29
Kellock, A.P. and Saville, A., med tiles 18.45-46
Kemp, W., actor, 30.52
Kemble, Kemble Wood, 29.51-52; 32.40
Kemerton, see Bredon
Kenchester (Her), Roman milestone, 34.17
Kenilworth, castle, 35.23
Kent, kingdom / county of, 31.35; 33.43
Kenyon, see Enright, D. and Kenyon, D.
Kilminster, G., 'Gloucestershire Unpublished Excavations List', 29.37,38
kilns, see lime kilns; furnaces
Kimsbury, Elgar of, 32.39
Kimsbury Camp, see Painswick
King, L., 'Gloucestershire Sites and Monuments Record' , 30.36
Kings Stanley:
   excav 23.33-42
   IA pot, 13.40
   Penn Hill cross-dyke, 32.7-8; {16,17}
   Stanley House excav, 11.26, 13.28, 14.29-30
Kingscote:
   Ashel Barn RB site, 3.13 (26), 9.12 10.17-18 11.28-30 15.43-44
   Chessalls RB site, 7.11-12, 12.29-31, 13.29; 29.38; 31.62
   pre-Flavian occupation, 31.62
   Roman settlement, 32.6,8; 33.4, 35.17; {5,10,15,17}
  RB settlement. 1.3-6 (3-4) Kingsholm, see Gloucester
Kingsholm, see Gloucester
Kingswood Abbey:
   church, 30.16-17
   location, 30.16-17,20
   gatehouse, 30.16,17,20
   mill and leat, 30.16-17,19
   watching briefs, med structures, 30.16-20
Kinley, de, family, 35.5,6
Kinley, Thomas, hermit of, 35.5
Kinley, see Nympsfield
Knights Templar, 32.25
Knight, William, 34.49-50
Knovil, Bogo de, knight, 30.31

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Laci, de / Lacy, de, family, 32.40
Laci / Lacy:
   Hugh de, 34.51
   Roger de, 34.51
   Walter de, 27.43
Lamb, M.J., Stroud Museum Association, 15.5
lamp, Roman, Gloucester, 9.5
lampreys, 26.13,20
lamps, pedestal, pottery, med, possible, Gloucester, 33.26-27
land measurement, Roman:
   Brockworth, 10.19
   near Gloucester, 13.5-10
land use:
   C19, 26.9-10; 33.40; 34.79    IA / RB, stockkeeping, 30.23-25, 34.23
   dairy farming, 29.35
   med / post-med, 29.52; 30.31; 31.53; 32.4; 33.35,37,40; 34.79; {13}
Latin:
   language, 30.2; 33.8; {9}
   memorial inscriptions, 31.33-35
Latton (Wilts):
   Street Farm, med buildings, 31.60
Laughlin, W., see Atkin, M. et al.; Sermon, R. et al. (1993-9)
lead:
   C16 cloth seal, Barnwood, Gloucester, 34.5
   C18 uniface token, Ifold, Painswick, 34.57
   Roman coffins, Cheltenham, 34.69
   re-use at dissolution, Tewkesbury, 26.30
Leadon Valley, 6.4
Leah, M. see Bateman, C. and Leah, M.
leather, shoes, Lower Quay Street, Gloucester, 28.52-53,57-58
leats, see mills, millstreams and leats; water courses
Lechlade:
   cursus, excav, 29.38
   Roughground Farm, excav, 29.38
Leckhampton:
   Brizen Recreation Field: RB settlement, 29.49-50
   churchyard, ledger grave slabs, 31.37
   field names, 33,35-39
   field systems, 33.35-42
   hillfort: 4.11-15 (37-39)
      earthworks, parish boundary, 33.35
      excav, 29.38
ledger grave slabs, see memorials, churchyard
legions, Roman, see Roman, army
Legree, James, glassmaker, 31.42
Leigh, Staplins RB site, 6.7
Lees, 3., Winstone, 11.30
Leonard Stanley:
   Pegler, George, tombstone, Frocester, 30.15
   Priory:
      abbey / parish church, St Swithin, 31.3
      building survey, 31.3-12
      held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 31.4
      manorial chapel, 31.3-12
      tithe barn, 31.3
      tufa quarry, 31.12
Lewes, battle of, 35.21
lime burning, 28.10
lime kiln, Tewkesbury, 32.30-31
limestone, see stone
Lindsell, P., Gotherington, 7.8
Littledean;
   Erdlond (St Whites, Double View), 35.22
   Smith, John of, 30.26
livestock of the past, 21.37-38
Living history displays, 28.24
Llanthony Prima Priory / Abbey (Gwent), 34.51
Llanthony Priory:
   bibliography, 23.29-30
   culvert, 22.15
   excavs to north of, 19.43-44
   gatehouse, 21.9-10
   history, 10.3-7, 23.16-30
   neglect, 12.4
   properties of, 23.16-26
   south precinct, 22.14-15
   see Gloucester
Loggia, Horton Court, 34.49-50
Longford:
   Gambier Parry estate, see Gloucester
   Horsebere Brook, RB pottery, 16.32
   opposite Globe Inn, fieldwalking, 26.31
   Queens Dyke, RB site, 14.30; 26.31
   RB site 13.29
   samian sherd, 13.50
   Sandhurst Lane:
      abutment of former Broadboard Bridge, 28.60
      previous road surfaces, 28.60
      RB finds, 15.41
      RB features, 26.31; 28.59-61; 31.70
      IA coin, 17.34
      Colonia Cottage, 18.46
      see also, Gloucester, Kingsholm
   Severnside Farm, Walham, 26.17,19
   Walham, 26.18-19,31
   Walham, name, 26.31
Longlevens, see Gloucester
Longney, stone obtained for church from Haresfield, 33.55
loom-weights, clay, IA - RB, 6.10
Lower Slaughter:
   AS burials, 33.56
   Chessels, RB settlement, 33.56,58
   Saxon settlement, enclosure, 33.56-68
   Springhill excav, 29.38
   RB settlement, 31.62; 33.56,58
   royal manor and hall, 33.56,58
Lucius, legendary Christian king, historical essay, 30.37-39
Lucy, Geoffrey de, 35.22-23
Lung, John le, 35.21
lych gates, 35.50
Lydbrook, Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
Lydney, Sir John Wyntour, Royalist, 29.45
Lydney:
   coin hoard, 8.15
   Oldcroft Roman
   tombstones, unique sculptural style, 31.36
   Whitecross Manor, excav, 29.37
Lypiatt:
   Cross, Bisley, history, 19.16-23
   see Bisley
Lysons, Samuel, 32.41

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M5 motorway, field work during construction, 4.5 (33-34)
McCarthey, H. and Moore-Scott, T., 'Roman Sarcophagus Found at Winchcombe', 33.59-60
magnetometer surveys, 27.47; 28.13-19,53; 29.13; 30.42-43; 31.28; 33.33
Magonsaeta, 31.35
Mackreth, D.F., Roman brooches from Wycomb, 10.26-27
Maisemore:
   Alney island, 13.30
   ancient trackway to Hartpury, 24.34-36
   Chargy Hill Farm, Woolridge, RB and med finds, 32.22-24
   Crockley fieldname, Chargy Hill Farm, Woolridge, 32.22,24
   Each Weir, 26.15-19
   finds, 6.4
   Maisemore Mead, 26.15
   med buildings, Maisemoor Court, 28.41,42
   naight, 26.14-15
   Overton RB site, 28.20, 32.22,24
   St Giles, churchyard, evaluation, 28.4
   Springhill, 18.53
   Springhill, RB trackway, 32.22,24
Malmesbury, William of, 31.35
Malmesbury:
   Abbey land at Kemble, 29.51
   William Stumpe, 35.7
Malvern / Malvern Chase (Worc), IA, med and post-med pottery source, 30.33-34; 34.23-24;    35.39
manorial church / chapel, see chapels, free
Manless Town:
   Brimpsfield, 8.8, 9.11-12, 10.14
   see Brimpsfield
Maps, (also plans etc.), pre 1900:
   Blaeu, of Gloucestershire, (1648), 26.11
   Bowen, E.and Kitchen, T., Royal English Atlas, 26.11
   Bryant, of Gloucester, (1824), 28.20
   estate map of Maisemore Court (1780), 28.41-42
   Hall and Pinnell, of Gloucester, (1780 and 1796), 26.16-17
   Hyett estate survey (copy), Hasfield, (1780), 30.3
   inclosure maps, of Gloucester, (1799), 26.17,19, 30.35
   Kip, J., view of Gloucester, (1712), 26.17
   OS 1" (1817) (incl.Bowldown wood), 28.37-38
   OS (1876) (incl Deerhurst), 26.11-12
   OS (1883) (incl Longlevens), 30.35
   OS (1884) (incl Greet), 32.26
   OS (1886) (incl Maisemore Naight), 26.14
   OS (1st edition) (The Street, Minsterworth), 29.40
   rough plan of Lesborough Demesne (1809), 28.35,38
   sketch map of Alney Island, Gloucester, (c1750), 26.18
   Speed, J., of Gloucester, (1610), 26.13; 35.25,27,41
   tithe map (copy), Taynton, (1840), (Taynton Parva), 30.30
   unidentified early C18 map of Gloucester, 35.40
   Warburton, T., plan No7 of : Survey of all the outlying estates belonging to the Mayor and Burgesses of the City of Gloucester, (1731) (incl Manless Town), 27.33-34; 31.51
Margaret, Queen, 35.24
Marshall, A.:
   'Guiting Power 3 Round Barrow', 26.29-30
   'From Iron Age to Roman - The Park and Bowsings Sites at Guiting Power', 28.13-19
   Southwick Park, Tewkesbury, RB site, 10.30
Massey, Edward, Lt.Col., 26.5,7; 28.25,27,31; 29.45-46; 30.29
Matilda, (daughter of Henry I) 35.24
Matilda, Empress, historical account, 21.22-24
Matson:
   Matson Lane, 13.28, 20.23-24
   see Gloucester
mausoleum, sub-Roman, 14.8
Maurice, prince, 26.5,7
Maxwell, A., 'A Surveying Exercise in Hasfield', 30.3-5
Mayes, D., Glevensis, co-editor, 28 to 35
Mayes, W., Ermin Street Guard, 9.7-8
McAndrew, E. and Walker, B., Manor Farm, Up Hatherley, 19.36-42
McWhirr, A.D., Cirencester excavs 1970, 6.12-13
Mears, D.A., Kingscote, 1.4-6 (4)
medieval period:
   buildings:
      Gloucester, 6.2-4
      Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
      Maisemore Court, 28.41-42
      manorial chapel, Leonards Stanley Priory, 31.3-12
      Street Farm, Latton (Wilts), 31.60
   burials, see burials
   buried features, Tewkesbury Abbey meadow, 26.30-31
   castles, see castles
   chapels, see chaples
   deer parks, see deer parks
   DMVs list, 4.17 (41), 15.22-29
      Bidfield, Miserden, 33.44-46
      Bowldown Wood, Boxwell with Leighterton, 28.36-37,39-40
      Hasfield; 30.3-5
      Kinley, Nympsfield, 35.5-13
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 27.26-32; 31.51-58
      Overton, Maisemore, 28.20
      Taynton Parva, Taynton, 30.27-32
      Upton, 31.57
   enclosures, 31.51; 32.4,5; 35.31,33-36; {13-14}
   fishponds, 26.20; 30.28,31
   floor tiles, 26.26-27, 28,29,53
   Gloucester sites, see Gloucester
   house sites:
      Bidfield, Miserden, 33.44-45
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.55-57
      land use, see land use
   memorials, see memorials
   merchant's house, stone, 34.59-66
   military siege equipment, 35.20-23
   moated sites:
      abandonment, 30.31
      Lower Noverton, Prestbury, 29.37
      Taynton Parva, Taynton, 30.28-31
   pits, Tewkesbury, 7.21
   ploughing, see ploughing
   pottery kiln site, Haresfield, 33.47-53
   pottery, see under pottery
   settlements:
      Ebley, Stroud, 30.21-22
      origins and patterns, 31.57
   sheephouses, see sheephouses
   sieges, of Gloucester, 35.19-24
   site at:
      Highnam, 11.26
      Preston, Witpits, 15.42-43
   sites, 5.12-13
   soldiery, 35.19-23
   swan breeding, 30.28,31
   tiles, 21.25-28
   tombstones, see memorials
   undercrofts, 26.41; 28.8,58,63
   village desertion, 31.57
   wall paintings, 34.16
   see also wall plaster
   whistles (tabor pipes), Gloucester, 30.51-52
   wood banks / boundaries, see wood boundaries
   see also Saxon
megaliths, see standing stones
members, list, (1974) 8.24-27, (1979) 13.52-55, (1986-87) 21.54-57
memorials:
   AS, 31.34-35
   DA, Celtic / Welsh, 31.34, 35.18; {11}
   churchyard:
      chest tombs, 31.36-37
      general, 31.33-41; 34.35; 35.50
      ledger grave slabs, 31.35-37
   inscriptions:
      Roman, see, memorials, tombstones, Roman
      early examples, 31.33-36
      Glos examples, 30.14-15; 31.38-41; 32.19-20, 34.35-41
   med, 31.36
   RB, 29.6-7,16; 31.33-34; 34.17
   recording, 30.13-15; 30.29; 31.38, 34.35-41
   tombstones:
      C17-19, 30.13-15; 32.19-21; 34.35-41; 35.50
      iconography, 34.37,40-41
      origins, 31.33-34
      preservation, 31.33,39-40
      Roman:
       Aurelius, Gloucester, 29.7
       coloniae Glevi, Bath, 29.6
       Dubunni Fabri, Tavistock, 34.17
       Marcus Ulpius Quintus, Rome, 29.6
       Sextus Valerius Genialis, Cirencester, 31.33
       Titus Lusius Nymmius, Wotton, Gloucester, 29.16
      types of stone used, 28.12, 30.13; 34.37
   Victorian, 31.36-37, 35.50
   see also memorial, tombstones, C17-19
   Viking, 31.35-36
Menhir, 31.34
Meon Hill (Warks), hillfort, 35.37
Mercia, 27.38; 28.4; 29.30; 31.17,47; 33.13,43; 34.16; 35.18; {11,23,27,31,39}
merestones, see boundaries, markers
Merewalh, king of Magonsaete, 31,35
Merrett, Daniel, sailor, 32.19-21
mesolithic period:
   flint core-adze, English Bicknor, 34.72
   flints, 30.21; 34.67,77-78
   flint working, Guiting Power, 26.29
   site, Syde, 10.12
metal detectors:
   misuse, 7.5-6;29.49
   use at:
      Barnwood, Gloucester, 34.5
      Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53
      Chargy Hill Farm, Maisemore, 32.22-24
      Standish, 35.42
      use by public, 12.38
       thrymsa found at Boulsdon, Newent, 33.43; {27}
metal working:
   Civil War forge, Longlevens, Gloucester, 30.48
   copper / copper alloy working, (incl brass and bronze):
      brass casting, Bishops Cleeve, 28.43
      brassmill industry, Taynton, 30.31
      bronze working, bivalve spearhead mould, Tewkesbury, 30.23
   industrial activity, Bagendon, 34.23
   iron working:
      Berkeley Street, Gloucester, possible, 28.66
      blacksmithing, Home Farm, Bishops Cleeve, 28.43
      bloomery iron smelting, Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.56
      College Street, Gloucester, 28.61
      ingot and hammerscale, Bidfield, Miserden, 33.46
      iron making, Frocester, 33.33; 34.45,47; 35.2-3
      smithing, Ebley, Stroud, 30,21
      smithing, Hucclecote, possible, 32.16
      The Park, Guiting Power, 28.15
       workshop, London Road, Gloucester, 33.19
Metrical Chronicle, 35.19
Mitcheldean, 30.26
Middle Ages, see med period
Mildfrith, son of Merewalh, 31,35
Millhampost, see Stanway
Miller, G. see Moore-Scott, T. and Miller, G.
millennium:
   celebration date, 33.ii
   project, Emperor Nerva statue, Gloucester, 32.2; 35.ii
Miles, D., Moore, J. and Palmer, S., Somerford Keynes, 21.46
Miles, D., and Palmer, S.:
   Siddington, 21.49
   Thornhill Farm, Fairford, 21.46-49, 22.63;
mills, millstreams and leats, 30.16-18,20; 32.13-14
millstones, see stone
mills:
   Brockworth, 12.41, 14.60, 15.14-20
   Upton St Leonards, 19.13
Milner, J.C.:
   med road to Cirencester, 15.9-13
   road to London, 14.17-19
Minchinhampton:
   Amberley,earthworks, cross-dyke, 32.4,7-8; {13,16-17}
      Besbury, 32.4,9; {13,18}
      boundary, 35.31.34
   Bulwarks:
      form, 32.3,8; {12,17}
      excav and interpretations, 27.37; 32.3-5; {12-14, 37}
      route, 32.3-4; {12-13}
      possibly part of post-Roman frontier, 32.3-9, 33.9-16; {12-26}
   cheese production, 29.35
   Civil War, 26.6
   Common, 32.3,8; 35.29,31; {12,17}
   custumal, 1306, 32.4; 35.29; {13}
   manor, 32.4; 35.29; {13}
   rental of 1653, 27.36; {36}
   Spillman Cartulary, 35.29
   Spillman's sub-manor in Rodborough, 35.29
Minety (Wilts), med pottery source, 30.33-34; 31.47,56
minsters:
   Cheltenham, 34.67
   St Oswald's, Gloucester, 28.4; 33.62
   St Peter's, Gloucester, 33.6
Minsterworth:
   church, held by St Oswald's, Gloucester, 29.44
   ferry, 27.7
   finds, RB, 9.13
   Duneye and Minsterworth fish weirs, 29.44
   med road from Over, 29.39-44
   naight, 27.6; 29.40
   old road from Over, 12.10
   properties, 29.42-44
   quay / landing stage, 29.39,44
   Roman road, postulated, 29.39,42
   The Street, causeway, 29.39-44
Miserden:
   Bidfield
      excav, 33.44-46
      legends, 33.46
   med settlement evidence, 33.44,46
   RB structure, possible, 33.44-45
   castle, 31.54
   coin 10.14
   ice house, 9.12
Mitcheldean:
   Civil War, 28.25
   Great Dene, earlier name, 30.26
moated sites:
   check list for Glos, 12.35-37
   King's Stanley, 23.33-42
   Prestbury, Noverton, (25.33
moats, 11.47
monasteries, see abbeys / monastic houses
Monmouth, Geoffrey of, 30.37; 31.25-26; {2-3}
Montfort de:
   Henry, 35.20
   Simon, 35.19-23
   Simon (the younger), 35.20,22
Moore, John, Col., 29.47-48
Moore-Scott, T.:
   ancient trackway between Maisemoore and Hartpury, 24.34-36
   'GADARG dips a toe into PPG16: Maisemore Church', 28.4
   'Late Iron Age / Romano-British Settlement at Bushley Green, S. Worc.', 30.53-56
   'Leckhampton's Fields', 33.35-42
   'Medieval Buildings At Maisemore Court', 28. 41-42    
   'Overton - A Possible RB Site', 28.20
   review of : Crickley Hill (vol 1): The Hillfort Defences, Dixon, P., 29.54
   review of: English Churchyard Memorials, Lees, H., 35.50
   Spring Hill, 18.53
   see also McCarthey, H. and Moore-Scott, T.
Moore-Scott, T. and Bagshaw, S., 'Bushley Green Revisited: A Resistivity Survey', 34.27-29
Moore-Scott, T. and Goult, D., 'Brizen Recreation Field Leckhampton: Romano-British    Settlement', 29.49-50
Moore-Scott, T. and Miller, G., 'Roman Finds Near Woolridge (Maisemore Parish)', 32.22-24
Moore-Scott, T., Price, E. and Rhodes, J., ' Tewkesbury Abbey Lawn Watching Brief 1998',    32.29-34
Moore, T. and Reece, R., 'The Dobunni', 34.17-26
Moreton-in-Marsh, Dorn Roman town, 31.62; 35.17; {10}
morris dancing, pipe, 30.52
Morris, R., review of : Historic Gloucester, Moss, P., 27.45
Morton, Sir William, 28.25
mosaics / tesselated pavement, RB:
   Bell Walk / Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 29.8
   Chedworth, 31.63-66
   Frocester, 26.22; 27.40-41; 28.ii
   Great Witcombe, 32.41
   Ifold Roman villa, 33.31, 34.51,57
   Kingscote, 31.62
   Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, 26.37; 29.28
   Villa Rustica, St James's, Cheltenham, 34.69
   Well Close, Daglingworth, 34.74
   Westgate Street, Gloucester, 34.8
   Whitminster Roman villa, 27.8,13
Moss, P.A.:
   Brookthorpe RB villa, 4.8 (35)
   front cover illustration of Group Review nos 6 to 25 inclusive
   Glevensis, assistant editor, 26 and 27
   Glevensis, front cover illustrations, 26 to 33    'Nerva's Time Capsule', 35.ii
   reconstruction drawings:
      Frocester, IA farm and C4 Roman villa, 29.ii
      Gloucester, city centre first fortress and C2 Colonia, 32.ii
      Llanthony Priory, 33.2
    White Walls (Wilts), 3.13-14 (26)
Moss, P.A. and Spry, N.P., 3 Northgate Street, Gloucester, 6.2-4
Mudd, A., 'The A417 / A419 Swindon to Gloucester Trunk Road Improvements', 31.60 Mynard, D.C.:
   Greyfriars, Gloucester, 2.8 (12)
   St Oswalds Priory, Gloucester, 2.9-10(12-13)


  GLEVENSIS

 GENERAL INDEX A-M

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General Index Volumes 1 - 25 (1968 - 1991)
Compiled by G .Watson. Edited by B& B Rawes

General Index Volumes 26 - 35 (1992 - 2002)


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Abbreviations


BA: Bronze Age; IA: Iron Age; RB: Romano-British; DA: Dark Age; AS: Anglo-Saxon; med: medieval; meso: mesolithic; neo: neolithic; post-med: post-medieval; Glos: Gloucestershire; Her: Herefordshire; Som: Somerset; Warks: Warwickshire; Wilts: Wiltshire;

Worc: Worcestershire; C: century; DMV: deserted medieval village;

excav: archaeological excavation; incl: including


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