Recent Archaeology at Chedworth Roman Villa

Thursday 30/06/16 19:00 - 20:30

Corinium Museum

Discover 2000 years of history at Chedworth Roman Villa through past and present archaeological excavation.
Evening Lecture with Nick Humphris Thursday 30 June, 7-8.30pm Discover 2000 years of history at Chedworth Roman Villa through past and present archaeological excavation. Evidence for the first simple stone structure at Chedworth Roman Villa dates to the 2nd-century AD. Over the next two centuries the Villa was extended and improved, reaching it heyday in the 4th-century AD, between 360-380AD. During this time Chedworth Roman Villa was a place of wealth, luxury and comfort. Imagine stunning mosaic floors, extensive bath house rooms and features made of marble so precious it was usually reserved for the imperial family. Join Nick Humphris to hear about Chedworth Roman Villa's Archaeological Excavations since 2013. Booking essential
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