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naights, 26.11-12,14-15; 27.6; 29.40
names:
   of Gloucester, 29.6
   personal, Saxon,
   river, RB survival of, 32.10
native settlement in N Cotswolds, 4.2-3 (31-32)
natural events, see earthquake; weather
Nennius, 31.25-26; {2-3}
neolithic period:
   axe, Bishops Cleeve, 34.77
   axe, Frocester, 29.9
   discussion, 12.13-22
   enclosure, 31.53
   finds, Trinity Farm, Baunton, 31.60
   finds, see axeheads, flints
   flints and axe, Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.77
   flints, Arlingham, 31.45-46
   Hazleton, see long barrows
   Nympsfield, 9.18-19
   Peak Camp, 15.52-56, 16.20-25
   remains, Berkeley Street, Gloucester, 29.5
   site, Crickley, Coberley, 31.53
   see also barrow, long
Nerva, Marcvs Cocceivs, Roman emperor:
   history, 29.5-6; 30.ii
   statue, Gloucester, 32.2; 35.ii
Newbury, John, 'Map and Documentary Interpretations in Brimpsfield Parish', 27.33-35
Newent:
   Civil War, 26.5; 28.25
   Crocketts Hole, 11.25
   Glasshouse, C18-19 pottery source, 34.11
   Wuneetton type thrymsa, Boulsdon, 33.43; {27}
Newland, Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
Newman, C. and R., Roman site at Dymock, 24.22-26
Newnham-on-Severn:
   C18 wine bottles, 31.42
   Civil War, 26.5; 28.25
   glassworks, 31.42
   maritime grave, St Peter's churchyard, 32.19-21
   pill, 31.42
Niblet, Daniel, Haresfield deeds, 33.49
Nibley, John Smyth of, 30.26; 35.5-7
Nielsen, C.:
   'A Possible Medieval Boundary Wall on Painswick Beacon Common', 32.37-40
   'A Note on the Discovery of Medieval Floor Tiles at the Old Farmhouse, Green Farm,       Breadstone, Berkeley in February 1967', 30.11-12
   'The History and Practice of Cheese Making in Gloucestershire', 29.35-36
   'Two 18th Century Wine Bottles From Newnham', 31.42
Noddle, B., Glos livestock of the past, 21.37-38
North Cerney, The Ditches:
   IA mint, 34.21
   Roman villa, 34.22
   settlement, 34.21-23,25
Northleach Bypass, excav of RB site 17.41-42, 18.25-42
Northumbria, 27.38; 31.17; {31,39}
Nottingham Hill, see Gotherington
Norton, Bishops Norton, 8.10
Nowell, Laurence, Dean, 27.42
Nympsfield:
   chapel-of-ease, 35,6
   chantry, 35.
   Civil War, 26.6
   Kinley, Thomas of, hermit, 35.5
   Kinley:
      free chapel / Priory, 35.5-13
      Priory, see Nympsfield, Kinley free chapel.
   long barrow, 9.18-19
   manor, 35.5
      Saxon and Norman landholding, 35.8
      Sir John Bridgeman, lord of manor, 35.7
      Tithe Commissioner's Reports, 35.10
   see also Kinley

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Oakeshott, M., 'A Glimpse of Medieval South Cerney', 31.47-50
obituaries:
   Bishop, Leighton, 24.39
   Chouls, Wiliam (Bill), 35.ii
   Clifford, Elsie, 11.16
   Dodd, Arthur, 24.38
   Fullbrook-Leggatt, L.E.W.O., 11.2
   Gracie, Capt H.S., 13.4
   Harris, Roly, 2.18 (16)
   O'Neil, Helen, 18.5
   Rawes, Bernard F., 29.3, see also 26.2
   Rawes, Barbara G., 29.4, see also 26.2
   Turner, Richard (Dick), 29.2, see also 26.2
Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
ogham, 31.34
Olanege, see Deerhurst, Alney Naight
Old English (language), see AS, word elements
Old Severn, see River Severn, old courses
Oldbury naight, 27.6
Oldcroft, Lydney, coin hoard, 8.15
O'Neil, H.E., native settlement in N. Cotswolds, 4.2-3 (31-32)
oppida, see IA period, hillforts
organic materials (preserved textiles, wood etc.), 28.53,57, 30.21
Osric, king and saint, 14.42-43
Oswald, St, King of Northumbria, 28.4
ovens:
   early Roman military, Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.58-59
   RB, Frocester, 31.27,28; 34.45
   med, Guiting Power, 29.38
   RB, Birdlip Quarry, Cowley, 31.60
   Westgate Street, Gloucester, 30.47
   see also furnaces; hearths
Over to Minsterworth road, 12.10
Over, see Highnam
Over Lypiatt, see Bisley
Oxenhall, neolithic axehead, 21.51
Oxenton, Oxenton Hill, 'The Knolls' hillfort, 35.37-39
Oxenton, floor tiles in church, 25.37
Overton, see Maisemore
Oyler, C.R.:
   Roman burial at Frocester, 4.4-5 (32-33)
   Wotton excav 1968, bones, 2.12-13 (14-15)

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Painswick:
   Beacon:
      common, 32.37; 35.16
      hillfort / Kimsbury Camp, 26.8; 32.37,39; 35.14-16
   Buckholt Wood:
      Belle-vue, 32.39
          excav, 29.37
      held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 32.39
   Civil War, 26.7-8; 28.25; 35.16.
   church, 26.7
   deer park, 32.40
   Ifold Roman villa, 33.31-32; 34.51-58
   Kimsbury, Elgar of, 32.39
   Painswick House, estate, 34.52
      Simons, R., chandler, 34.78
      Thomas Robins's view of, 32.39
   Wyche manor, domesday, 34.51
Painswick House garden, Painswick, 24.36
Paganhill, Stroud, flints, 16.35
parish check lists, Glos, 6.14-20 (map)
parks, see deer parks
Parry, C., 'Painswick Beacon Hill-Fort', 35.14-16
Parry, C. and Reilly, S., 'Proposed Magistrates' Court Site:1995 Excavation', 29.27-28.
Parsons, Richard, 35.8
Paul, Sir George Onesiphorus, 35.31
Pauncefoot, Sir Grimbald, 35.20,22
Pauntley, churchyard clearance, 31.39
Peak Camp, Cowley, 15.52-56, 16.20-25
Pegler, George, tombstone, Frocester, 30.15
Penda, king, 33.13; {23}
Penny, T., 'The Stroud Valleys and the Very Un-Civil War', 26.6
pewter, med, chalice, Blackfriars cemetery, Gloucester, 26.37,39
Phillips, R., Harnhill RB villa, Driffield, 19.31-35
pins, RB, 29.9,13,15,17; 30.10; 31.29
pipe and tabor:
   Gloucester international festival, 34.12
   med and post med instruments, 30.51-52
Piper, P. and Catchpole,T., 'Bourton-on-the-Water Primary School Excavation', 29.24-26
pipelines:
   gas, N Glos, 3.15-16 (27-28)
    water, E of Cirencester, 17.13
   Upton St Leonards, 8.9-10
pipes:
   clay, see clay pipes
   'pit dwellings', 32,28
   tobacco, 13.33, 22.42-46
place names, in Stroud Valleys, 33,9-15; {19-26}
Planning Policy Guidance 16 (PPG16), 28.1,4; 31.2; 32.29
plough damage to sites, 12.49
ploughing:
   early med, Frocester, 26.22; 29.9
   see also field systems:
poems, Fullbrook-Leggatt, L.E.W.O., 11.15, 14.20
popular archaeology, 28.21-24
Port del Arche, Robert de, 34.31
Portway RB settlement, Upton St Leonards:
   excav, 11.31-32 (map), 12.11-12
   supplementary report, 20.50-52
post-medieval period:
   burials, see burials
   chest tombs: 31.36
   clay pipes, 28.57
   enclosure, 26.42
   ledger grave slabs, 31.36
post-Roman, see sub-Roman period
Poyntz:
   Robert, 35.6
   Thomas, 35.6
pottery,
   IA,
      Bourton Bridge pot 14.24
      Beckford excav 7.6
      Kings Stanley, 13.40
   BA:
      Hucclecote, 32.15
      Frampton-on-Severn, 27.17
      Guiting Power, 26.29
      eastern relief road, Tewkesbury, 30.23
   C18-19, Westgate Street, Gloucester, 34.11
   Crokers field name, significance, 33.47-53
   Crockley field name, significance, 32.24
   DA:
      oolitic tempered:
          Matson, Gloucester, 30.47; 34.3
          Parliament Street, Gloucester, 30.41; 35.25
      grass tempered:
          Bourton-on-the-Water, 29.25-26
          Eastington, 27.15.
          Frocester, 27.40; 33.5,32; {6}
          St Oswald, Gloucester, 33.62
   IA:
      Brizen Field, Leckhampton, 29.49
      eastern relief road, Tewkesbury, 30.23
      Eastington, 27.16
      Frampton-on-Severn, 27.17
      Glastonbury type, 34.23-24
   I   Ifold, Painswick, 34.52
      Malvern, pottery source / type, 34.23-24
      Sandy Lane, Charlton Kings, 34.67
      Standish, 35.42
      The Knolls, Oxenton Hill, 35.37,39
      The Park, Guiting Power, 28.17
      Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.76,78
          kiln, med / post-med, Hind Park Wood, Dymock, 29.38
          loom weight, Uley, 30.10
   med:
      Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, 32.33
      Abbey meadow, Tewkesbury, 26.31
      Berkeley Street, Gloucester, 28.66
      Bidfield, Miserden, 33.45-46
      Bushley Green (Worc), 30.54
      Charlton Kings, 5.12-14
      Cheltenham, 10.14
      Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 33.26
      Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
      Hucclecote 6.5-6
      Ivylodge Farm, Birdlip, Cowley, 30.33-34
      Kingswood Abbey, 30,17,19
      lamps, possible, Eastgate Street and Park street, Gloucester, 33.26-27
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.56
      Preston, Witpit, 15.43
      production and potters:
          Haresfield, 33.47,49,53; 34.78
          Gloucester, 34.78
          Prestbury, 34.78
      South Cerney, 31.47,50
      Southam, 5.13
      Up Hatherley, 20.54
      Whaddon, 14.28
      Worcester Street, Gloucester, 28.63
   neo:
      Duntisbourne Grove, Daglingworth, 31.60
      Sandy Lane, Charlton Kings, 34.67
   RB:
      Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, 32.33
      Abbeymead, Gloucester, 29.22
      amphora, 22.54
      Brizen Field, Leckhampton, 29.49
      Brookthorpe villa, 4.8
      Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-56
      C1 cremation group, Wotton, Gloucester, 33.19
      eastern relief road, Tewkesbury, 30.23
      Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 33.26
      Eastington, 27.8,16
      Evesham Museum, 17.19-20
      Frampton-on-Severn, 27.17
      Frocester, 29.9; 31.27,29; 34.80
      Hucclecote, 32.16
      Hucclecote, 6.5
      Ifold, Painswick, 33.32: 34.52-55
      local types 9.20-22
      Ivylodge Farm, Birdlip, Cowley, 30.33-34
      Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.60,62; 31.44,71; 34.6; 35.47-48
      Lower Slaughter, 33.56
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 27.27,31; 31.54,56
      Matson, Gloucester, 30.47; 34.3
      money box, Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, 26.37
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 28.58; 29.13,20
      opposite Globe Inn, Longford, 26.31
      Pembroke Street, Gloucester, 28.68
      Queen's Dyke, Longford, 26.31
      St James's, Cheltenham, 34.67,69-70
      samian ware, 11.45, 13.50, 21.34-36
      Severn Valley ware, 9.20-22
      Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley, 27.53; 31.13-16
      Standish, 35.42
      Staplins Farm, 6.7
      Tewkesbury, 7.21
      Walham, Longford, 26.31
      Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.75,76
      Wotton, Gloucester, 26.48-49,51; 28.65; 33.19
   post-med:
      Abbey Lawn, Tewkesbury, 32.33
      Bidfield, Miserden, 33.46
      Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 33.26
      Ifold, Painswick, 34.54-55
      Ivylodge Farm, Birdlip, Cowley, 30.33-34
      Kingswood, 30.19
      opposite Globe Inn, Longford, 26.31
      production and potters, Cranham, 34.78
      South Cerney, 31.47,50
   Saxon:
      Bourton-on-the-Water, 29.25-26, 33.56
      Eastgate Street, Gloucester, possible, 33.26
      Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.63
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.56
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 29.20
      Park Street, Gloucester, 28.63
   see also Gloucester, pottery 'type-fabrics'
prehistoric:
   ridgeway, Cotswold, 32.8, 33.10; {17,20}
   flint tool, Wotton, Gloucester, 28.65
   evidence around Brimpsfield, 31.53
   hearth, Longford Lane, Gloucester, possible, 28.66
   see also mesolithic; neolithic; BA; IA periods
Prescott:
   Stanley Pontlarge:
   church / chapel, 34.31-34
   parochial relationships, 32.25; 34.31
Prestbury:
   Lower Noverton, 29.37
   Noverton moated site, 25.33
   pottery production, med, 34.78
Preston (near Cirencester), Witpit Copse, 15.42-43
Preston:
   middle IA enclosure, 31.60
Price, A.J. and Price E.G., animal bones, Uley, 16.34
Price, A.:
   'Traditional Stone Use in the Cotswolds', 28.12
Price, A. and E.:
   'A Section Across A Roman Road' (re Frocester), 26.22-27
   'Frocester Tombstone Survey 1996', 30.13-15
Price E.A.:
  Dumbleton, Weston-Sub-Edge, 10.16-17
  Aston Somerville (Worcs), 10.19
Price, E.G., Frocester Court excavs, 10.15, 11.23-25, 14.24-25, 15.46, 16.8-10, 17.39       18.5, 22.63-65, 24.30-32, 25.41; 26.22; 27.40-41; 28.10; 29.9-11; 30.6-10; 31.27-32;        32.10-12; 33.33-34; 34.45-48; 35.2-4;
   'A Fired Clay Artifact from the Uley Temple Site', 30.10
   'Frocester Pot-Quern', 28.11
   'Rooksmead: Fragment of a Relict Landscape', 34.79-80
   'The Farm Stable at Frocester Court', 32.35-36
    Hill Road, Frocester, 8.8
    RB occupation in Frocester, Bisley and Coaley parishes, 24.29-30
    see also Moore-Scott, T., Price, E. and Rhodes, J.
Price, W., 'A Flint Adze from the Wye at English Bicknor', 34.72-73
Prinknash Park, Upton St Leonards:
   hand-made bricks, 12.34
   see Upton St Leonards
priories, see abbeys / monastic houses
proprietary church / chapel, see chapels, free
priories, see Gloucester
publication, importance of, 16.11-12
Punshon, J.:
  med pottery, Hucclecote Road, 6.5-6
  Upton St Leonards, M5 site, 5.14-15
Pury:
  family, 32.42
  Thomas, 28.25-26
Putley, J., 'A Maritime Grave at Newnham', 32.19-21
Pyatt, G.A., Dean Heritage Museum, 15.20-21
Pyper, A. and Vallender, J., 'Tanners' Hall, Gloucester, 34.59-66

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Quarries:
   closure of Cotswold stone quarries, 28.12
   sand, gravel and clay:
     Barnwood, Gloucester, 28.65
     Eastington, 27.16
     Ebley, Stroud, 30.21
     Frampton-on-Severn, 27,16-17
     Frocester, 30.6,8; 31.27-28; 32.10; 35.2
     Harescombe, 33.53,55
     Hucclecote, Gloucester, 30.47, 31.70
     Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.60,67; 30.44,50
     Leonard Stanley, 31.5,6
     Quedgeley, Gloucester, 34.7
     St James's, Cheltenham, 34.69-70
     Tredworth, Gloucester, 34.9
   stone:
     Bowldown Wood, Boxwell with Leighterton, 28.39
     Cranham, 34.57
     Harescombe, 33.54
     Haresfield, 33.54-55
     High Brotheridge, 34.57
     Leonard Stanley, 31.12
     Painswick, 32.38-39; 34.55; 35.14-16
     Robinswood Hill, Gloucester, 35.48
Quedgeley:
   Field Court Farm, 13.11
   RB settlement, 21.21, 22.28, 24.14
   see Gloucester
Queen's Dyke, see River Severn, old courses.
querns:
   Manless Town, 9.12, 10.14
   querns, see stone
quotations, 17.2-3 18.4, 19.50-51

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radio carbon dating, 26.29; 27.40; 28.17; 33.62; 34.48; 35.3
Rahtz, P., 'Rescuing A Gravestone', (re: William Dipper, Deerhurst), 34.35-41
railway, Cirencester branch, 31.ii
Randell, R.E., Pagan Hill, Stroud, 16.35
Randwick cross-dyke, 32.7-8; {16-17}
Rathbone, James, 35.6,7
Rawes, B.,
   A.A.Algarve and GADARG, 21.52-53
   Barnwood, samian sherd, 11.45
   Brockworth, RB site, 8.6, 9.14
   Bourton-on-the-Water, IA vessel, 14.24
   Farmington RB site, 17.35
   Haymes RB site, Southam, 10.14
   Haymes, Southam, report on the samian 21.35-36
   Kings Stanley, IA pot, 13.40
   Longford, samian sherd, 13.50
   Northleach Bypass excav, 18.25-42
   N.Glos pipeline 3.15-16 (27-28)
   obituary, 29.3
   Portway RB site, 11.31-32, 12.11-12, 20.50-52
   Portway and RB sites in the Cotswolds, 9.15
   RB pottery, 9.20-22
   RB pottery at Longford, 14.30
   RB sites at Staverton, Upton St Leonards and Andoversford, 7.12-13
   RB sites north from Gloucester, 6.8-12
   RB sites on Horsebere Brook and at Staverton, 6.6
   Roman land measurement, (10 19, 13.5-10
   samian ware, 21.34-36
   skeletons at Saintbridge, 9.22
   Vineyards Farm, Charlton Kings, RB site, 16.17-19
   Wadfield Roman villa, 3.15 (27)
   Wycomb, Andoversford, RB settlement, 7.12-13, 10.23-29
Rawes, B., and Rawes, B.G.:
   Coney Hill, Gloucester, RB site, 10.13
   (with Gander, E.), excav at Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 31.54   Fiddlers Green,    Cheltenham, med pottery, 10.14, Highnam, Huntley RB sites, 11.26
   index of Glevensis issues 1-25 (1968-91), 27. i-xvii

   Northleach Bypass RB settlement,    17.41-42
   pipeline, Churchdown to Standish, 8.9-10
   Plough Hotel, Cheltenham, 17.41
   RB site, Cheltenham, 20.45
   Vineyards Farm, Charlton Kings, RB excav, 15.48
Rawes, B.G.:
   archaeology of Cheltenham, 8.19-22
   check-list of fortified sites, 11.39-4 1
   field name, Cuckoo Pen, 11.35-38
   fieldwork and recording, (5 7
   moated sites in Glos, 12.35-37
   obituary, 29.4
   parish check lists, 6.14-20
   SMR, County, 16.3
   SMR, GADARG, 14.44 -45
   Wadfield Roman villa, conservation, 7.2-5
   Walls Roman site (Easton Grey, Wilts), pipeline, 3.14 (26)
Rawes, B.G. and Saville, A., unpublished excavations, 16.11-12
Rawes, J., 'The Historical Importance of Churchyard Memorials', 31.33-41
Reece, R.:
   'Britons and Saxons in Gloucestershire - Forward From The Romans', 33.3-4; {4-5}
   'Roman to Saxon: The Mobile Library Model', 35.17,18; {10-11}
   see also Moore, T. and Reece, R.
Reid, W.:
   'A Post-Roman Frontier in the Stroud Valleys?: evidence from place names', 33.9-16; {19-26}
   'The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Fact or Fiction?', 31.25-26; {2-3}
   'The Minchinhampton Bulwarks: A Post-Roman Frontier', 32.3-9; {12-18}
Reilly, S., see Parry, C.and Reilly, S.
relics:
   St Oswald, 28.4; 33.62
   Tetbury Upton, suggested Christian RB practice, 31.23-24
   Tormarton, 31.59
Rendcomb, Sir Edmund Tame of, 35.6
Renfrew, C., Bourton Bridge RB site, 11.42-44, 12.28, 14.23-24, 16.33, 17.36
reredos, late med, Gloucester cathedral, 27.21-25
resistivity surveys:    CIA resistivity surveying equipment, 35.18
   discussion, 34.27
   Gloucester, 2.15 (15-16)
   surveys, 26.42; 27.47; 28.55; 30.42-43; 34.27-29
Rhodes, J.
   30 Eastgate St, 9.23
   84 Northgate St. (with Dodd, A, Moss, P. and Spry N.) 9.24
   'Anarchy at Gloucester in 1449 and 1463', 35.39
   'Some Documented Potters', 34.78
   'The Names of Gloucester', 30.2
   'Clay Mounds and Millstreams in 12th and 13th Century Gloucester', 32.13-14
   editor: 'Observations in College Street, Gloucester, 1893', Waller, F.W., 33.30
   Llanthony Priory: Gazeteer of properties, 23.16-26
   Llanthony Priory: history ,27-28;
   Llanthony Priory: bibliography, 29-30
   review of: Excavations at Kingscote and Wycomb, Gloucestershire, Timby, J., 31.62
   review of: 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
   report on moulded masonry from Newark House, Hempsted, 33.23-24
   see also Moore-Scott, T., Price, E. and Rhodes, J.
Richard Cound (BMW) Ltd, archaeological support, 22.5-11
Richard III, an assessment, 17.6-11
Richard, Duke of Cornwall, 34.16
Ricketts, Gabriel, 35.30
ridge and furrow, see field systems, med / post-med
ridgeways, see prehistoric
ring ditches, 27.16
ritual deposits, 28.17; 34.45
Rivere, Sir John de la, 31.58, 32.24
River Frome:
   course, 32.3; {12}
   Golden Valley, 32.8, 33.9; {17,19}
River Severn, 12.4-9
   bores and tides, 27.4
   Deerhurst, 26.11
   fishing, see fishing; fish weirs
   flooding in 1703, 32.28
   old courses, Gloucester, Kingsholm and Longford, 26.17-18,20,31; 27.47; 28.51,62;    29.22, 30.37, 31.70; 33.19,61
   see also shipping and navigation
River Swilgate, 26.30; 30.23
River Twyver:
   courses, 26.17; 32.13-14; 34.59; 35.21
   culvert, Deans Way, Gloucester, photographic record, 30.48
   earlier names, 32.13
   Roman course, Horton Road, Gloucester, possible, 27.46
roads (incl streets & tracks):
  ancient road through Cheltenham, 14.21-22
   DA:
      possible trackway, Matson, Gloucester, 30.47
      trackways, post-Roman, probable, 32.7-8; {16-17}
      English Bicknor, 22.59
      Frocester, Hill Road, 8.8
   med and later:
      causeway, The Street, Minsterworth, 29.39-44
      cobbled track, Larkhay Road, Gloucester, 28.57
      field roads and tracks, Ifold, Painswick, 34.52
      Kingsholm Road, 28.62
      Minchinhampton to Cirencester, 32.6; {15}
      Over to Minsterworth, 29.39-44
      Portway, 32.37-39
      previous surfaces, Sandhurst Lane, Longford, 28.60
      Saxo-Norman, Longsmith Street, Gloucester, 33.25
      Tewkesbury Abbey meadow, 26.30
      Welsh Way, 33.4; {5}
   Northgate turnpike, 11.10-14
   Over to Minsterworth, 9.13 12.10
   Roman:
      Arlingham and Eastington area alignments, 27.19
      at Dymock, 4.9 (35-36)
      at Kingscote, 7.11-12
      at Minsterworth, postulated, 29.39,42
      Blakeney to Tidenham, 29.42
      Deans Way, Kingholm, Gloucester, 27.47
      double ditched track, Hucclecote, 32.16-17
      Ermin Street / Way, see Ermin Street / Way
      Frocester, excav., 26.22-27
      Fosse way, see Fosse Way
      Kingscote to Frocester, 35.5
      Kingsholm Road, 28.62
      Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, 26.35,37
      London Road, Gloucester, 33.17
      Lower Northgate Street, Gloucester, 27.51-52
      Quedgeley Gloucester, excav., 28.54-56; 30.44
          road to Cirencester, 15.9-13
          road to London, 14.17-19
      Ryknild Street, see Ryknild Street
      Southgate Street, Gloucester, 35.25
      Springhill, Maisemore, trackway, 32.22,24
      suggested alignment at Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 27.27
      track, possible RB, Hucclecote, 28.55
Robert of Gloucester, 21.22-24; 35.19-22
Robin Hood, 30.26
Robins, Thomas, 32.39
Robinswood Hill:
   conduits, 8.1-4
   see Gloucester
Rodborough:
   boundary, 35.31,34
   common:
      National Trust archaeological report, 32.28
      'pit dwellings', 32,28
   Court Hopper House, 35.31
   earthworks at The Hithe, excav and interpretations, 35.31
   fort, 27.36; {36}
   Hearth Tax (1672), 35.33
   Hill House estate, 35.30,31
   Horestone, property, 35.29-31
   in manor of Minchinhampton, 35.29
   Limbury, med.enclosure, 35.29,31,33,35
   manor of Achards, 35.33
   Over Butterow, 35.34
   Poor Rate list (1804-5), 35.32
   Rodborough Manor, 35.31
   Rooksmore, 35.31
   settlement pattern, 35.29
   Spillman Cartulary, 35.29
   Spillman's sub-manor, 35.29,33
   The Bownham Stone, 35.31-32
   The Horestone, 35.29,31-32
   The Long Stone, 35.31-32
   The Roade, 35.33
   The Tingle Stone, 35.31-32
   Tithe, apportionment, 35.32,35
Rodmarton:
   AS word element, 32.7; {16}
   C18 excav, 30.10
Roel Camp, Sevenhampton, geophysical survey, 17.21-25
Roman:
   army,
      Gloucester,
          occupation dates and buildings, 29.5-8; 33.61
          effect on countryside, 29.8; 32.18
          also see Gloucester, Kingsholm Fortress
          early presence at Cirencester, 32.3; {12}
          fort, Manless Town, Brimpsfield, possible, 27.27-32; 31.54,56
          invasion, 32.3; {12}
          military origins of Kingscote, possible, 31.62
   bath houses:
      Frocester Court Roman villa, 28.10
      Great Witcombe Roman villa, 32.41
      Ifold Roman villa, Painswick, 33.31
      layout of town and fortress / colonia building plans, Gloucester, 29.8
   coins, see coins
   emperors, 29.5,6; 30.ii; 32.2,5; 33.61; 34.17; 35.ii,17; {14}
   festivals, 34.42; {28}
   hypocausts, see hypocaust evidence
   land division, 29.8, 32.18
   mosaics, see mosaics / tesselated pavements
   roads, see roads
   shrines / temples, 29.8; 30.10,44; 31.62, 33.56,63
   tombstones, see memorials
   villas, see RB period
   see also RB period
Roman land boundaries, 13.5-10 (maps)
Romano-British period, sites and settlement,
   altars:
     Bisley, 27.38; {39}
     type of stone used, 28.12
   Andoversford, Wycomb, 7.12-13, 10.23-29
   Barnsley Park excav, 2.4-5 (10)
   Barnsley site, 21.46
   Barnwood, Wells' Bridge, 6.6
   Baunton, 15.43
   Bibury site, 21.46
   Bibury villa, 15.59, 18.43-44, 21.42-45
   Bisley, Stancombe Beech Farm site, 24.29-30
   Blakeney, 21.50
   Bourton Bridge see Bourton-on-the Water
   Bourton-on-the-Hill, 17.20
   Brimpsfield, Manless Town, 8.8, 9.12
   Brockworth settlement, 8.6, 9.14-16 (plan)
   Brookthorpe villa, 4.8 (35), 8.9
   burials, see burials
   Caudle Green, 9.15
   Celtic language survival, word elements, 33.8-10; {9,19-20}
     see also Celtic language
   Cheltenham:
      Benhall 14.61-62
      Pittville, 20.45
   Charlton Kings, Vineyards Farm, 15.48, 16.17-19, 17.41
   Christianity, see Christianity, C4-C7
   Cirencester sites, see Cirencester
   civitates, 31.26; 33.3-4,9,12; 35.17; {3-5,10,19,22}
   coffins / cists:
      Docks, Gloucester, cists, 35.25
      comparison with med, 33.60
      Hucclecote, wooden, 32.18
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, stone, 29.13-15,17
      St Catherine, Wotton, cremation cist, 33.20
      St James's, Cheltenham, stone and lead, 34.69
      straw coffins, possible, 31.23
      Winchcombe, stone, 33.59-60
   coinage, as evidence of economy, 35.17; {10}
   coins, see coins
   Coleford, High Nash, 21.50
   coloniae, 29.5-7; 30.39; 31.1,67; 32.ii,2; 33.61; 35.17; {10}
   corn dryer, see RB period, malting kiln
   Cowley:
      Birdlip, pottery and coins, 6.5
      Royal George Hotel, Birdlip, 20.48-49
   Cranham, The Hackett, potsherds, 9.15
   cremations, Wotton, Gloucester, 26.48; 33.19,20
   Driffield, Harnhill villa, 19.31-35
   Dumbleton sites, 10.17
   Dymock, 4.9 (35-36), 24.22-26
   Eastington, 4.14 (39), 14.35
   Easton Grey, (Wilts), 3.1.4 (26)
   enclosures, 32.16-17
   English Bicknor, Eastbach Court, 21.50
   Fairford, Thornhill Farm, 21.46-49, 22.63, 23.43-45, 24.32-33
   Farmington, Bedwell Farm, 17.35
   Frampton-on-Severn, 2.5-6 (10-11)
   Frocester Court villa, see Frocester
   Gloucester City sites, see Gloucester
   Gloucester to Tewkesbury, sites, 6.8-11
   Gotherington, 7.8
   Haymes, see Southam
   Highnam, 11.26
   Hucclecote:
      possible site, 6.5
      villa, 23.3, 24.9-10, 25.19
   Huntley, 11.26
   Kingscote sites, see Kingscote
   Kings Stanley sites, see Kings Stanley
   lamp, Kingsholm, Gloucester, 28.60
   Leigh, Staplins, 6.7
   Linton, Over, 9.13
   Longford, 13.29, 14.30, 15.41, 16.32
   North Cotswolds, review, 4.2 (31-32)
   North Glos, 6.8-11
   Northleach Bypass, 17.41-42, 18.25-42
   Norton, Bishops Norton, 8.10
   malting kiln, 27.13-14; 31.60; 34.45,47-48; 35.3-4
   memorials, 31.33-34
   milestone, Kenchester (Her), 34.17
   pottery, see pottery
   Preston, 15.42
   Quedgeley, 22.28, 24.14
   rural markets / settlements, late Roman resurgence, 33.4-6; {5-7}
   rural settlement, 31.56
   Saintbridge, Gloucester:
      burials, 9.22,
      settlement 16.36, 21.11-14
   Sandhurst, Willington Court villa, 1.3 (3)
   Shab Hill, Cowley, 9.15 (map)
   Shipton Oliffe villa, 21.38-39
   sites and settlements:
      Almsbury Farm, Winchcombe, 33.60
      Birdlip Quarry, Cowley, 31.60
      Bidfield, Miserden, possible, 33.44,45
      Brizen Recreation Field, Leckhampton, 29.49,50
      Bourton-on-the Water, 29.24,25; 31.62;
      Bushley Green (Worc), 30.53-56; 34.27-29
      Coln St Aldwyns, 31.62
      Chargy Hill Farm, Woolridge, Maisemore, 32.22-24
      Dorn, Moreton-in-Marsh, 31.62; 35.17; {10}
      eastern relief road, Tewkesbury, 30.23-25
      Eastington, 27.8,15-16
      Frocester, see Frocester
      Gloucester sites, see Gloucester
      Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
      Home Farm, Bishops Cleeve, 28.43-45
      Hucclecote, 32.15-18
      Kingscote, 29.38; 31.62; 32.6,8; 33.4; 35.17; {5,10,15,17}
      Lower Slaughter, 31.62; 33.56-58
      Manless Town, Brimpsfield, 27.27-32
      Overton, Maisemore, 28.20; 32.22,24
      Pegthorne Bridge, Frampton-on-Severn, 27.17
      Pidgemore Farm, Eastington, 27.16
      Pittville, Cheltenham, 34.67,69-70
      Queen's Dyke, Longford, 26.31
      Royal George, Birdlip, Cowley, 30.34
      St James's, Cheltenham, 34.67-70
      Sandhurst Lane, Longford, 28.59-60
      Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley, 27.53-54; 31.13-16
      Standish, 35.42
      Walham, Longford, 26.31
      Well Field, Daglingworth, 34.74-78
      Whitminster RB site, Eastington, 27.8
      Wycomb, Andoversford, 29.37, 31.62; 35.17; {10}
   Somerford Keynes, 21.46
   Southam, Haymes, 10.14, 21.35-36
   Southwick Park, Tewkesbury, 10.30
   St Briavels, Great Howle Farm, 20
   Standish, below Haresfield Beacon, 8.9
   Stanway, Didbrook, 3.16 (28)
   Staverton sites, 6.6, 7.12
   Stroud, 11.30
   Sudeley, Wadfield villa, 3.15 (27), 7.2-5
   Syde, potsherds and lead pig, 9.15
   Teddington, 12.32
   Tewkesbury sites, see Tewkesbury
   Tidenham, Boughspring villa, 7.7-8, 14.31, 20.37-40
   timber buildings:
     industrial, Frocester, 33.33-34; 34.45,47; 35.3-4
     Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, 26.35
     Southgate Street, Gloucester, 35.25
   tombstones, see memorials
   towns, late Roman urban decline, 29.8; 33.4,6; 35.17; {5,7,10}
   transition from IA period, 34.25
   transition to AS England, invasion / migration, 32.5-6; 33.3-9; 34.43; 35.17-18;

      {4-11,14-15,29}
   Tredington Rise, settlement, 6.9-12 (map)
   Uley, West Hill, see Uley
   Upleadon, The Tailors, 3.14 (27)
   Upton St Leonards:
    M5 sites, 5.14-15
   pipe-trench, 8.9-10
   Portway, 11.31-32, 12.11-12, 20.50-52
   villa, 3.14 (27), 25.33
   villas and allied buildings:
      Boughspring, Tidenham, 29.38
      Brookthorpe, 34.51
      Bushley Green (Worc), possible, 30.53-56
      Chedworth, 29.38, 31.61,63-66
      Frocester Court, see Frocester
      Great Witcombe, 29.8,37; 34.51,55,57
      Home Farm, Bishops Cleeve, possible, 28.44
      Hucclecote, 30.42-43; 32.15
      Ifold, Painswick, 33.31-32; 34.51-58
      Lillyhorn, Bisley, 32.8; 33.10; {17,20}
      Kingscote, 29.38; 31.62
      Olympus Park, Quedgeley, Gloucester, 29.13,20
      Pembroke Street, Gloucester, possible, 28.68
      Rectory Road, Matson, Gloucester, possible, 30.47
      Six Acre Field, Down Hatherley, 27.53, 31.13-16
      Southwick Park, Tewkesbury, 30.23
      Spoonley Wood, Sudeley, 33.60
      Standish, possible, 35.42
      Stockend, Harescombe, 34.51
     Tetbury Upton, 29.38, 31.22-24
     Tewkesbury Park, 30.23
     The Ditches, North Cerney, 34.22
      Villa Rustica, St James's, Cheltenham, 34.69
      Wadfield, Sudeley, 33.60
      Well Field, Daglingworth, possible, 34.51,74
      Whitminster, 27.8-15
      Willington Court, Sandhurst, 29.37
      Woodchester, 27.36; 32.6-7; 33.10,61; {15-16,20,36}
    villa estates:
      Lillyhorn, Bisley, 32.8; 33.10-14; {17,20-24}
      Woodchester, 32.7-9; 33.10-14; {16-18,20-24}
   wall foundations, Frocester villa, 27.40-41
   well, Birdlip Quarry, Cowley, 31.60
   Weston-subedge, 17.20
   Wheatridge, 7.12
   Whitminster:
      finds, 7, 13-15,
   Whittington:
   Waltham Field, 13.47-50
   Whittington Court villa, 10.24
   Winchcombe, Dunn's Hill site, 3.15 (27)
   Winstone, 11.30
   Withington, Cassey Compton, 13.30
   Woodchester:
      villa, 8.16-18
      pavement, courtyards and plan, 7.22
   Wotton-Under-Edge, Wortley villa, 20.41-44, 22.47-57
   Wycomb, see Andoversford
   see also Roman
Ros / Rus, Robert de / le, 35.21-23
Rose, packet boat, 32.21
Rowbotham, F.W.:
   'The Fish-Weirs of the River Severn', 27.4-6
   'Salmon Swallows Shark', 27.7
   The River Severn at Gloucester, 12.4-9
Ruardean, Warfield Farm, excav, 29.37
Rudge, Thomas, 35.5
Rudder, Samuel, 31.59; 32.25-27; 35.5
Ruin of Britain, see De Excidio Britanniae
runes, see AS period; Viking period, burial tradition
Rupert, prince, 26.5,7; 28.25-26; 29.45
Ryknild Street, 33.56

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Sabrina, paddle-steamer, 32.21
St Anthony, dedications to, 35.6,8
St Briavels:
   Bearse Farm, 20.35
   castle, see castles
   excav, 29.38
   Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
St Oswalds, see Gloucester
Saintbridge, Gloucester:
   burials, 9.22
   RB settlement, 16.36
salmon, 26.13
Salmon, Elmore Back, (ale house), 27.7, 29.40
Salmonsbury, see Bourton-on-the Water
samian ware: see pottery
Sanders, J, Staplins Farm RB site, 6.7
Sandhurst, Willington Court villa, 1.3 (3); excavations 29.37
Sapperton:
   head of statuette, 21
   Sapperton Manor, excav, 29.37
   William Fowler tombstone inscription, 31.38
sarcophagus, see RB period, coffins / cists
Sassoon, M., Winchcombe, 13.31-32
Saville, A.:
    Ebrington, IA coin, 16.16
   flint arrowhead from Kilkenny, Dowdeswell, 20.53
   flints from Northleach Bypass, 18.40
   Hazleton long barrows, 14.36-38, 15.57-59, 16.13-16, 17.14-19
   Nympsfield barrow, (9.18-19
   plough damage, 12.49
   stone axehead from Broadwell 23.46
   stone axehead from Oxenhall, 21.51
Saville, A., Thomas, 3., Wardle, P. and Williams, D., Roel Camp, 17.21-25
scheduled sites, conservation problems, 7.2-5
sculpture:
   Andoversford, Wycomb, stone figure, RB, 10.24-25
   cross-shaft, St Oswalds, 12.48-49
   Portway, defaced head, 12.12
   Sapperton, statuette, 21.41
   Uley:
      altar, 12.34
      RB cult statue, 14.34
Saxon period:
   bone objects, Eastington, possible, 27.16
   burials, see burials
   charters, Woodchester, 27.36-37; {36-38}
   coffin covers and memorials, 31.35
   cross shaft and cross-head, Lypiatt, Bisley, 27.38-39; 31.35; {39-40}
   cross shaft, St Oswald, Gloucester, 33.62
   documentary traditions, 31.25-26; {2-3}
   enclosure, settlement, 33.56-58
   grindstone, possible, Gloucester, 33.26
   Kingsholm palace, Gloucester:
      Kings ditch, 30.46
      possible evidence: 28.62-63
      manorial chapel, Leonard Stanley, 31.3-12
      minster church, Cheltenham, 34.67
      name of Gloucester, 30.2
      occupation:
          Bourton-on-the-Water, 29.24-26
          Harrowby House, Ebrington, 26.28
          Ladybellegate Street, Gloucester, possible, 26.37
          Lower Quay Street, Gloucester, 28.53
   Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
   quernstone, Niedermendig lava, 31.47
   RB building reuse, Gloucester, possible, 26.37
   Saxons in Glos., 33.3-8; {4-9}
   settlement, enclosure, Lower Slaughter, 33.56-58
   village, nucleation, 33.58
   see also Anglo Saxon period; English
Seyntlowe, Sir John, 31.59
Serlo, abbot, 35.8
Sermon, R.:
   'A Reassessment of the Franks Casket Cryptic Inscriptions', 31,17-21
   2002 revision of 'A Reassessment of the Franks Casket Cryptic Inscriptions', {31-35}
   'Britons and Saxons in Gloucestershire - Migration Or Assimilation', 33.7-8; {8-9}
   'The Celtic Calendar and the Anglo-Saxon Year', 34.42-44; {28-30}
   'Two Medieval Whistles from Gloucester' , 30.51-52
Sermon, R. et al., 'Gloucester Archaeology Unit (Gloucester Archaeology) Annual Reports'    (1993-2001), 28.48-68; 29.12-23; 30.40-50; 31.67-72; 33.17-29; 34.3-15; 35.43-49
Severn, see River Severn
Severn Valley:
   geology, early settlements, 6.8-11
   RB pottery, 9.20-22
Shark, Elmore Back, (ale-house), 27.7
Shayt, Richard, 30.26
sheath for knife, Gloucester, 12.23-24
sheepcotes / sheephouses, Brimpsfield, 31.51,57
Sheepscombe, Ebworth deer park, 32.40
Sherratt, D., review of : Taynton, Gloucestershire. A story of Two Churches, Parker, D.,    32.42
shipping and navigation, 26.15; 27.5-7; 29.39,43-44; 30.13; 32.19-21
Shipton Oliffe, RB site, 21.38-39
shoes, Lower Quay Street, Gloucester, 28.52-53,57,
Shorncote Quarry excav, 25.42-43
shrines, see Christianity, C4-C7; RB period, shrines / temples; relics; St Alban
Siddington, archaeological features, 21.49
Sigurd, Norse hero, see Viking period
Sir William Reach-Me-Never, see Shayt, Richard
sites and monuments records:
   County , 16.3, 17.4-5, 18.7-8
   GADARG, 14.44-45
   sites and monuments record, see also Gloucestershire County Council Archaeology Service
skeletons, see burials
Slye, T., pipe and tabor player, 30.52
Smith, John, of Littledean, 30.26
Smith, N., 'Manless Town, Brimpsfield: An Archaeological Survey', 31.53-58
Smyth, John, of Nibley, 29.35; 35.5-7
Smyth, William, 30.26
smuggling, 27.7
Solers, William, Lord of Postlip, 32.25
Somerford Keynes:
   RB site, 21.46
South Cerney:
   church, association with manor, 31.50
   cropmarks, 12.32
   manor:
      held by Llanthony Priory, Gloucester, 31.50
      houses, 31.47-50
      small scale excavs, 31.47-50
Southam:
   Cleeve Cloud hillfort, 35.37-38
   Haymes RB excav, 10.14
   med finds, 5.12-15
spade, iron, Roman, 17.36
spearhead:
   bronze-working bivalve mould, Tewkesbury, 30.23
   iron, Frampton-on-Severn, 27.16
Spillman Cartulary, 35.29
Spry, N.P.:
   'Bidfield Excavations of 1966', 33.44-46
   Birdlip RB Site, 6.5;
   Charlton Kings and Southam, med finds, 5.12-13
   DMVs, 4.17 (42)
   'Emperor Nerva Statue', 32.2
   English Bicknor, castle motte and ditch, 6.5
   Glevensis, assistant editor, 26 and 27, editor, 28 to 35
   Haresfield/S.Glos pipeline, 14.41 34-35
   High Brotheridge, 11.22
   'Hon Secretary's annual reports to AGM', 26.2; 27.2
   Kingscote, 7.11-12
   Llanthony Priory, 12.44
   Longford, 13.29-30, 14.30-31
   'MM or not MM?', (re: Millennium), 33.ii
   Maisemore, 13.30
   metal detectors 12.38
   Northgate turnpike and toll houses, 11.10-14
   note on an early C18 Gloucester map, 35.40
   note on King Lucius, 30.37,39
   note on the Blackfriars Redevelopment Site, Gloucester, 35.41.
   Noverton Lane moated site, Prestbury 25.33
   parishes, list and map, 6.16-20
   resistivity surveys at Hillfield Gardens and Barnwood Bridge, Gloucester, 1.2-4 (2-3)
   resistivity survey at Kingsholm, 2.14-15 (15-16)
   St Marys Street, Gloucester, excav, 7.9-10, 8.5, 9.11, 10.13
   'The Site Opposite the Globe Inn, Longford', 26.31
   'The Werehouse Enigmas', (re: Severn etc at Gloucester), 26.13-21
   see also Wingham
   Whitminster RB site, 3.14 (27), 7, 13-15, 25.33
   Wotton, Gloucester, excav, 1968, 2.10-12 (13-15)
Spry, N.P. and Wingham, H.:
  Withington and Churcham, 13.30-31
  Talbot Hotel, Tetbury, 13.28-30
Staelens, Y. and Davis, G., 'Ivylodge Farm', 30.32-34
standing stones:
   The Bownham Stone, 35.31
   The Horestone, 35.29, 31
   The Long Stone, 35.31
   The Tingle Stone, 35.31
   see also boundaries, markers; menhir
Standing, I., Review of archaeology in Forest of Dean, 1985-86, 20.3 3-35
Standish, pipeline finds 8.9 1435
Standish, Sir Henry Winston of, 35.7
Standish, IA and RB site, 35.42
Stanley Pontlarge, see Prescott
Stanway:
   Didbrook, RB finds, 3.16 (28)
   Hailes:
      abbey:
          annals, 34.16
          excav, 29.38
          founding, 34.16
          hunting dispute between abbot and the abbot of Winchcombe, 34.16
          relationship to Winchcombe Abbey, 34.16
      church, 34.16
   Millhampost, excav, 29.38
   Piseley warren, 34.16
Staplins, Leigh, RB site, 6.7
statuette, marble, from Sapperton, 21.41
Staverton, RB sites, 6.6, 7.12
Steel, Thomas, tombstone inscription, St Mary de Crypt, Gloucester, 31.40
Stephen, Count of Blois, historical essay, 21.22-24
Stephen, king, 35.24
Stephen and Matilda, war between, Gloucester's allegiance, 35.24
Stephens:
   John, 35.30
   Nathaniel, MP , 26.8; 28.25
   Thomas, Col., 28.27
Stinchcombe, Clingre held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 35.8
Stockwell Farm, Cowley, 20.47
stone:
   altar screen fragment, Kingswood, 30.17
   axehead, neolithic, 10.25, 21.51, 23.46
   late Saxon, carved, Westgate Street, Gloucester, 28.66-67
   grindstone, Saxon, possible, Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 33.26
   millstone, Frocester, 30.10
   moulded, Gloucester, 33.23-24,30
   moulded, Tewkesbury, 32.33
   neo axe, Bishops Cleeve, 34.77
   neo axe, Daglingworth, 34.77
   neo axe, Frocester, 29.9
   pot-quern, sandstone, Frocester, 28.11
   quern (incl fragments), 31.22,29,47; 33.31; 34.77
   reuse of Roman stone, 31.11; 34.52
   use and types, 28.12; 30.13; 31.6-12; 32.19,37,40; 33.32; 34.32,35,37,52,55-57,59-       66,76-77; 35.14,48
   see also tiles and standing stones
strap-end, inscribed with peacock, RB, 20.44
Stroat, see Woolaston
Stroud:
   Civil War, 26.7; 28.25
   Ebley, Westwood Road, med occupation, 30.21-22;
   Museum Association, 15.5
   Paganhill, finds, 16.35
   RB site, 11.30
   valleys, placenames, 33,9-15; {19-26}
Stroudwater Canal, 30.13
Stumpe, William, 35.7
sub-Roman period: activity / occupation:
      Chedworth, 31.66
      Frocester, 26.22; 27.40; 33.32; 34.30,48
      Ifold Roman villa, possible, 33.31-32; 34.58
      Witcombe Roman villa, 32.42; 33.32
   change of civil order, 31.25-26; 32.5-7; 33.3-6; 35.17-18; {2-7,10-11,14-16}
   earthworks:
      Amberley cross-dyke, possible, 32.7-8; {16-17}
      Bulwarks, Minchinhampton, possible, 32.3-9; 33.9-15; {12-18,19-25}
      Pen Hill cross-dyke, possible, 32.7-8; {16-17}
      Randwick cross-dyke, possible, 32.7-8; {16-17}
      Wansdyke, 32.8; {17}
   features:
      Parliament Street, Gloucester, 28.57
      Westgate Street, Gloucester 30.47
   frontier, Minchinhampton, possible, 32.3-9, 33.9-16; {12-26}
   Saxon invasion / migration arguments, 32.5-6; 33.3-9; 34.43; 35.17-18; {4-11,14-15,29}
      trackways, probable, 32.7-8; {16-17}
      see also DA period; pottery, DA
Sudeley:
   John de, 34.16
   manor and estate, 32.25
   Ralph de, son of John, 32.25
   Roel Camp, 17.21-25
   Spoonley Wood Roman villa, 33.60
   Wadfield Romas villa, 3.15 (27), 7.2-5; 33.60
   see also castle
sundials, 35.50
surnames, derivation of, 11.33-34
Swain, E.J.:
   excavs at Ashel barn, Kingscote, 10.17-18, 11.28-30
   excavs at The Chessalls, Kingscote, 12.29-31, 13.29, 15.43-44
Syde:
   BA burial, 7.10
   herbal remedy, 8.12
   mesolithic site, 10.12
   RB site, 9.15
Symphanur, Richard le, 35.22-23
syphilis, evidence of med, Blackfriars cemetery, Gloucester, 26.37-38

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tabor, see pipe and tabor
Tacitus, 34.43; {29}
Tanner, Samuel, 35.31
tanners, see Gloucester, Company of Tanners
Tannery, see Gloucester, Hare Lane, Tanners' Hall
Taynton:
   brassmill industry, 30.31
   Matilda de Watteville, Lady of Taynton, 30.29
   Taynton Parva:
      castle, 14.32; 30.27-29
      DMV, survey and interpretation, 30.27-32, 32.42
      field names, 30.30
      history, 30.27-32
      moated manor, 30.28-31
      St Lawrence church;
          origins, 30.28-29
          burned down in Civil War, 30.29, 32.42
   Taynton Magna:
      church, north to south orientation, 30.29,32: 32.42
      history, 30.29,32
Teddington, Breaklands RB site, 12.32
temple, RB, West Hill, see Uley, Tetbury, Talbot Hotel, investigation, 19.28-30
   see Roman, shrine / temple
Temple Guiting:
   Beckbury hillfort, 35.37-38
   Middle Ground IA enclosure, 28.18
tesselated pavement, see mosaics / tesselated pavement
Tetbury Upton, Roman villa, 29.38, 31.22-24
Tewkesbury:
   Abbey barn, blown down 1661, 32.28
   Abbey Lawn, secret garden wall, watching brief/excav., 32.29-34
   Abbey Meadow, med buildings, 26.30-31
   annals, 35.20
   Civil War, 28.27; 29.45
   eastern radial relief road, excav, 30.23-25
   excavs, 8.7
   excavs, interim report, 7.18-22
   held Stanley (Pontlarge), 34.31
   Holder, T., memorial sculptor, 34.37,40
   Holm Castle, 9.9-10 (plan), 10.10-11; 29.37
   Holm Hill, stone coffined inhumations, 29.37
   le Despencer lands, 30.26
   observation during pipeline renewal, 14.46
   RB settlement, 6.9, 10.30
textile, Lydney, 8.15
The Bulwarks, see Minchinhampton
The Ditches, see North Cerney
Thomas, A., Bateman, C. and Walker, G., 'Tewkesbury Eastern Relief Road Excavations',    30.23-25
Thomas, hermit of Kinley, 35.5
Thomas, K.:
   'Greet Chapel and its Neighbouring Chapels', 32.25-27
   'Further Evidence For Greet Chapel', 34.16
Thornbury:
   castle, 30.11
   Duke of Buckingham, 30.11
threatened areas of North Glos, 6.14
Throckmorton, Sir Thomas, 35.7
Thrupp:
   Civil War, 26.7
Tidenham:
   Boughspring Roman Villa:
      finds, 7.7-8
      RB villa, 14.31, 20.37-40; 29.38
      Buttingham Tump, 29,30,38
      Lancaut hillfort, 29.30
      Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
      Roman road, 29.42
      Tallards Marsh earthwork, Sedbury, 29.30
tiles:
   ceramic, floor:
      med, 27.21; 28.29,53, 29.16, 30.11-12,17
      Victorian, 28.28-29
   ceramic, roof and structure:
      med, 32.31,34
      RB:
          general, 31.13,16,28,66; 34.76
          marked or stamped, Roman, 14.49-57, 19.33-35, 22.57; 29.7,9,
   list of med find sites, 21.28
   med. floor, 13.31-32, 15.2, 18.45-46, 21.25-28
   stone:
      RB 31.13; 34.53,55-56,76
      see also, Gloucester, St Oswald, RB municipal tilery
      unusual floor tiles at Bredon, Oxenton, Tredington, 25.37-38
   Victorian, floor, in churches, 21.29-33
Timby, J., reports:
   (summary) on pottery from Daglingworth, 34.35-36
   (summary) on pottery from Down Hatherley, 31.13,15-16
   on pottery from Ifold, Painswick, 34.52-55
Tintern Abbey (Gwent), daughter house at Kingswood, 30.17
Tirle Brook, 30.23
tithe (apportionments, collection, maps etc), 26.3,9; 27.33; 32.25-26; 34.79; 35.32
Toddington:
   Sir John Tracy, 34.31,34
   Stanley Pontlarge chapel, attached, 34.31
tokens, see coins, C18
tokens, Gloucester, 25.15
toll houses,
   Northgate turnpike, 11.10-14
   Kingsholm, 13.11
tombstones, see memorials
Tormarton:
   AS word element, 32.7; {16}
   chantry, 31.58-59
   Sir John de la Rivere, 31.58, 32.24
Tortworth, Sir Thomas Throckmorton, 35.7
Tracy:
   Sir John, 34.31,34
   William, 35.19
tracks / trackways, see roads:
trackway between Maisemore and Hartpury, 24.34-36
tramway at Gloucester Docks, 17.35
treasure trove and the law, 2.3 (9)
Tredington:
   church, floor tiles, 25.38
   early settlement, 6.9-12
Troia, Sir Hugo de, 35.22
trow, see Argo
Trow, S.D., Bagendon, 16.26-29
tufa, 31.11-12
Tuffley, see Gloucester
Turner, M., tourist guides, Gloucester, 13.51
Turner, R., foreword, 21.2; obituary, 29.2
turnpikes, 11.10-14
Tween Dyke, see River Severn, old course
Twyning:
   Bow Farm, supposed RB pottery kiln, 30.56
   pipeline from Twyning to Leigh, 14.46
   Towbury Hill, IA hillfort, 30.53,56
Twyver , see River Twyver

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Uley:
  Crawley Hill, animal bones from cave, 16.34
   temple site, loom weight, 30.10,
   Uley Bury hillfort, 11.27; 32.7; 34.22; {16}
  West Hill, RB temple site, 11.27, 12.33-34, 13.32-33, 14.33-34
Unitarianism, its birthplace at Gloucester, 28.31-32
undercrofts, med:
   Eastgate Street, Gloucester, 33.21-22
   Northgate Street, Gloucester, possible, 28.8
   Westgate Street, Gloucester, 26.41
unpublished excavations, 16.11-12; 29.37-38; 31.69; 33.17,61
Up Hatherley:
   Manor Farm, excav, 19.36-42
   med pottery from, 20.54
Upleadon, The Tailors, RB finds, 3.14 (27)
Upper Slaughter, C18 morris dancing pipe, 30.52
Upton St Leonards:
   Idel Barrow, 32.38-39
   Popes Wood, 32.37-40
   Portway RB settlement, 11.31-32, 12.11-12, 20.50-52
   Prinknash:
      Bridgeman family, 35.7
      land held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 32.39
      deer park, 32.37,39
   RB sites:
      M5, 5.14
      Wheatridge, 7.12
      pipe trench, 8.9-10
      Upton mill, 19.13
urban archaeology database, see Gloucester, Gloucester Archaeology Unit

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Vallender, J., 'Excavations at Denmark Road High School for Girls, Gloucester 1994-6',    31,43-44
see also Pyper, A. and Vallender, J.
Vavasour, Sir William, 26.7; 28.25-26
Victorian period:
   encaustic tiles, 28.28-29
   legalisation of cremation. 31.38
   memorials, 31.36,37; 35.50
Viking period:
   Aethelflaed(a) refortifies Gloucester, 28.4
   burial tradition, 31.35-36
   camp at Gloucester, 877-8, 33.62
   Norse legend of Sigurd, 31.19-20; {33-34}
village, nucleation, 33.58
villas, see under RB period & sites and settlements
Viner, D.J.:
   Cirencester, 4.15-16 (39-40), 7.15-18, 13.35-38
   review of: Great Witcombe Roman Villa, Gloucestershire: a report on the excavations by Ernest Greenfield 1960-73, Leach, P., 32.41-42
Vineyards Farm RB site, see Charlton Kings
vineyard, Over, of St Peter's Abbey Gloucester, 29.44; 35.39
   see also wine
Voteporix, king of Demetia, 31,34

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Wadfield, RB villa, see Sudeley Wales, properties of Llanthony Priory, 23.21
Whaddon, land held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 34.14
Wales, Gerald of, 27.43
Walham, Longford, samian sherd, 13.50, also see Longford
Walker, B.F., Boughspring Roman villa, 20.37-40
Walker, G.:
   'Cheltenham and Gloucester College, Gloucester' (evaluation), 27.54
   see also Barber, A. and Walker, G.; Thomas, A., Bateman, C. and Walker, G.
wall monuments, 31.36-37 wall plaster, painted:
   medieval, 30.19; 34.16; 35.45
   RB, 26.37; 27.53; 28.10,62,66; 29.28; 31.13,28,62-63, 33.26
Wallace, C., Gloucester excavs, a list, 1931-1985, 20.25-27
Waller:
   Frederick William: 'Observations in College Street, Gloucester, 1893' edited by Rhodes,    J., 33.30
   Sir William, 29.45
Walrond, L.F.J.,
   'A Roman Building at Tetbury Upton and Review of Ritual Burial Practices', 31.22-24
   'Mystery of the Missing M5 Jaw', 28.12
   Fretherne with Saul, medieval building, 13.21
Walsh, John, 35.6
Walter of Wickwane, abbot, 34.16
Wansdyke, 32.8; 33.9; {17,19}
War of Roses:
   Anarchy at Gloucester in 1449 and 1463, 35.39
   Gloucester refused entry to Queen Margaret, 35.24
   Sudeley estate held by Winchcombe Abbey, 32.25.
wars, see Baron's War; Civil War; Stephen and Matilda, war between; War of Roses; see also Gloucester, Civil War
watching briefs, see Gloucester, Gloucester Archaeology Unit
water supply:
   Gloucester, from Robinswood Hill, 33.27; 34.5-6,13-14; 35.48
   Great Witcombe Roman villa, 32.41
   Kinley, Nympsfield, 35.12
   Tewkesbury Abbey meadow, 26.30
   see also mills, millstreams and leats
Walters, B.:
   Forest of Dean, site reports, 20.36
   Archaeology in Dean, 21.50
Walters, B. and Walters, M., English Bicknor, 22.58-62
Waters, P., Dymock RB site, 4.9 (35-36)
Watson, B.:
   RB finds in Evesham Museum, 17.19-20
   'Recent Iron Age Finds from Oxenton Hill', 35.37-39
   'Stanley Pontlarge Church - An Architectural Survey', 34.31-34
Watteville, Matilda de, Lady of Taynton, 30.29
Watts, M., see Coleman, L. and Watts, M.
weather:
   gales in 1661, 32.28
   Gloucester, C11-13, 27.42.
   mild winter 1301, 34.16
   'The Great Storm' and flooding in 1703, 32.28
weatherstone, see stone, use and type
Webb, A., review of : The Archaeology and History of Ancient Dean and the Wye Valley, Walters, B., 26.32
Webster, G.:
   Barnsley Park, 2.4-5 (10)
   XX legion inscription from Gloucester, 20.14
weirs, see fishweirs;
Wells, cathedral, 34.50
wells:
   medieval, Well Cross, Well House and Red Well, Robinswood Hill, Gloucester, 33.28-29
   post-med:
      Ivylodge Farm, Birdlip, Cowley, 30.32
      Lower Slaughter, 33.58
   RB:
      Birdlip Quarry, Cowley, 31.60
      Eastgate Street, Gloucester, possible, 33.21
      Lower Slaughter, 33.56
Wessex / West Saxons, 31.25; 33.5; 35.18; {2,6,11}
West Dean, Darkhill, 11.34, 20.35
Westbury-on-Severn, Colchester family, 29.46-48.
Western Archaeological Trust, 22.3
Weston Subedge:
   burial, 10.17
   finds, 17.20
Westonbirt with Lasborough, Bowldown Wood, wood boundaries, 28.35-40
Whaddon:   finds of 14th century pottery, 14.28
   land held by St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 34.14-15
whistles:
   med, 30.51
   post-med, 26.27
   see also pipe and tabor
Whitecliffe furnace, Coleford, 13.39, 20.34
Whitminster:
   finds, 7.13-15
   Roman villa, 3.14 (27), 25.33, 27.8-15
   stone obtained for church from Haresfield, 33.55
Whittington:
   Syreford:
      excavation, 29.37
      mes flints, 34.67
Waltham field RB villa, 13.47-50
Whittington Court RB villa, 10.24
Whitstone Hundred, boundary at Frocester, 34.79
Wichard, R.J., Ashel barn, Kingscote, 9.12
Wilcox, T.E., Boughspring Roman villa, 14.31
Wilkins, family, tombstones, Frocester, 30.14-15
Willersey, hillfort, skeleton and other finds, 20.45
William of Malmsbury, 31.35
William Rufus in Gloucester, historical account 18.9-11
Williams, J. see Bateman, C. and Williams, J.
Wills, J.:
   Cheltenham, excavs at new library site, 21.39
   Shipton Oliffe Manor, RB buildings, 21.38-39
Wilson, D., excavs at Wortley RB villa site, 20.41-44, 22.47-57
Winchcombe:
   Abbey:
      estate, 32.25
      founding, 34.16
      hunting dispute between abbot and the abbot of Hailes, 34.16
   Almsbury Farm, RB site, 33.60
   borough, 32.25
   church, gargoyles, 35.50
   Dunn's Hill RB site, 3.15 (27)
   Greet, St Lawrence chapel, 32.25-27; 34.16
   Gretton:
      Christ Church, 32.26
      St James chapel, 32.25-26
   medieval tile, 13.31-32
   Postlip:
      parochial relationship, 32.25
      St James chapel, 32.25-26
      Solers, William, Lord of, 32.25
   Roman sarcophagus, 33.59-60
   Sudeley Castle see castles, see also Sudeley
Winchcombshire:
   boundary at Deerhurst, 26,11
wine:
   bottles, Newnham-on-Severn, 31.42
   relating to St Peter's Abbey, Gloucester, 29.44; 35.39
   sale of, Act 1636, 31.42
Wingham, H.:
  aerial photography, 5.2-7
  High Brotheridge, 19.9-15
Wingham, H., 33.44-45
Wingham, H. and Spry, N., 'More Recent Views on Manless Town, Brimpsfield', 27.26-32
Winston, Sir Henry, 35.7
Winstone:
   RB site, 11.30
   smithy, 10.15
Withington:
   bowl barrow, 12.32
   Cassey Compton RB site, 13.30
Wolsey, cardinal, 34.49-50
wood boundaries, see boundaries, wood
Woodchester:
   boundaries, 27.36-37; {36-38}
   Civil War, 26.6
   Pen Hill cross-dyke, 32.7-8; {16-17}
   Roman pavement, 7.22
   Roman villa / estate, 27.36-37; 32.6-9; 33.9-14; {15-18,20-24}
   Saxon charters, 27.36-37; 33.10; {20,36-38}
   villa, 8.16-18
Woolaston, Stroat, post-med pottery source, 30.34
Worcester:
   annals, 34.16
   bishops, C12, 29.34
   comparisons with Cirencester and Gloucester, RB and AS, 33.3-5; 35.17-18; {4-6,10-       11}
   encaustic tile manufacture, 28.28-29
   Woodchester held by St Peter's, 27.36; {36}
Worcestershire, boundary at Deerhurst, 26.11
word derivations, see AS, word elements; RB period, Celtic language survival, word    elements
word square, on plaster, Roman, 14.58-60
Wotton, see Gloucester
Wotton-under-Edge, birthplace of John Biddle, 28.31
Wotton-under-Edge, Wortley RB villa, 20.41-44, 22.47-57
Wycomb, see Andoversford
Wye, paddle-steamer, 32.19-21
Wye, River, archaeological observ ations on pipeline trench, 8.9-10
Wye Valley:
   archaeology and history, 26.32
   meso core-adze from, English Bicknor, 34.72-73
   Offa's Dyke, 29.29-31
Wyntour ;
   Lady, 29.45
   Sir John, 29.45



Y            

Yanworth, Chedworth Roman villa, 29.38; 31.63-66
Young, T., RB site, Stroud, 11.30


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General Index Volumes 1 - 25 (1968 - 1991)
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General Index Volumes 26 - 35 (1992 - 2002)


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