Wiltshire and Swindon Historic Environment Record

Details for record number SU13SW308

Type

Monument

Title / Name

Roman Road, Stratford Sub Castle

Summary

Roman road from Old Sarum to Dorchester built in the 1st century AD, through which various sections have been excavated.

Monument Types and Dates

ROAD, Roman (43 to 409)

Other Details

Source Detail: Wiltshire County Council, 1971

Title: A20/211015

Summary: No summary information. Source ID: SWI14896

Source Detail: Wiltshire County Council, 1991

Title: N26 97 91 214

Summary: No summary information. Source ID: SWI20066

Source Detail: No Originator information., 2001

Title: WAM Vol 55

Summary: Note Source ID: SWI21916

Additional Information: Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine (Wiltshire Studies) Volume 94

Source Detail: No Originator information., 2002

Title: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine -Volume 95

Summary: Publication Source ID: SWI22222

Additional Information: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine Volume 95

Description: Article 'Sorviodunum - A Review of the Archaeological Evidence' by David James

Source Detail: McMahon, P. + Hawkes, J., 1999

Title: Archaeological Evaluation at Roselea/Avonview (Land Between), Stratford-Sub-Castle, Wilts

Summary: Evaluation Source ID: SWI24125

Additional Information: AC Archaeology

Source Detail: Pathfinders Archaeological Reconnaissance, 2002

Title: Castle Close, Stratford-Sub-Castle

Summary: Watching brief Source ID: SWI24495

Additional Information: Pathfinders Archaeological Reconnaissance

Source Detail: Sabin, D. + Donaldson, K., 2009

Title: Cowslip Farm, Stratford sub Castle, Salisbury

Summary: Geophysical survey Source ID: SWI25553

Additional Information: Archaeological Surveys

Description: Linear and amorphous anomalies, identified through geophysics, may relate to a flint/chalk surface assocaiated with the former Roman road. There is an upstanding linear earthwork. The linear to the south (previously mapped from aerial photography) is lilkely to be a modern pipeline.

Source Detail: Pathfinders, 2005

Title: Archaeological Investigations at Albertine Cottage, Stratford-sub-Castle, Wiltshire

Summary: Geophysical survey and excavation Source ID: SWI26072

Additional Information: Pathfinders

Description: The edge of the Portway was exposed during excavations in 2005. The construction of the road consisted of a hard mortar bed within which many medium sized flint cobbles had been laid, with layers of finer gravel laid over that.

Source Detail: Cambridge University Aerial Photograph Unit,

Title: E/RC8 BV83

Summary: No summary information. Source ID: SWI8668

Source Detail: No Originator information., 1961-1963

Title: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine - Volume 58

Summary: Publication Source ID: SWI943

Additional Information: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine Volume 58

Description: Course of the Portway Roman Road from London to Exeter via Old Sarum. Roman road revealed as cropmark in 1962.

Source Detail: No Originator information., 1965

Title: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine -Volume 60

Summary: Publication Source ID: SWI947

Additional Information: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine Volume 60

Description: Excavations in 1964 found agger made of layers of flints with 2 side ditches.

Source Detail: No Originator information.,

Title: Archaeological Review

Summary: Publication Source ID: SWI949

Additional Information: Archaeological Review Volume 61

Description: Trenches in 1965 found 2 further large ditches inside of which were the chalk floors of constuctors houses dating road to AD85-95.

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