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Lippen Wood Roman Villa, West Meon, Hants
A. Moray Williams
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The Lippen Wood Roman Villa, West Meon, Hants. Report of Preliminary Excavations, (pp ) A. Moray Williams, B.A. PDF: Kb Notes on Fibulae (pp ) F. Haverfield, LL.D., F.S.A. PDF: Kb Notes on the Nave of Chepstow Parish Church . Fine examples of Roman villas can be found in Lippen Wood in West Meon, Bramdean, Meonstoke, Exton, and Corhampton. Many of the villa estates appear to have been deliberately located where they could exploit several resource zones (i.e. river valley and downland).
West Meon West Meon has a history dating back to the Iron and Bronze Ages. Evidence of the Meonwara tribe living in this northern most part of the Meon Valley has been found locally. In Lippen Wood there are the remains of a substantial Roman Villa. West Meon features in the history of the English Civil War being near to Cheriton. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library.
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Lippen Wood Roman villa is a Scheduled Monument in West Meon, Hampshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of Location: Lippen Wood Roman villa, West Meon, Hampshire.
Heritage List Entry Summary for Lippen Wood Roman Villa. Heritage List Entry Summary for Lippen Wood Roman Villa. Hampshire District: Winchester (District Authority) Parish: West Meon. National Park: SOUTH DOWNS National Grid Reference: SU Summary. Not currently available for this entry.
Reasons for Designation. The Lippen Wood Roman Villa, West Meon, Hants. Archaeological Journal: Vol. 62, Hants book. 1, pp. Author: A. Moray Williams. During the Civil War West Meon was the scene of several skirmishes prior to the Battle of Cheriton, which was fought on 29 March The remains of a Roman villa have been uncovered in Lippen Wood, a mile from the village.
The outer walls of the villa, some hypocaust pillars and a patterned mosaic floor were found during a ct: City of Winchester. ON A ROMAN VILLA AT LITTLE LIPPEN WOOD, NEAR WEST' MEON; [EXCAVATED ] ' BY A.
MORAY WILLIAMS, B.A. That the Villa system of Romano-Britain was confined practically to the southern half of the island is a sufficiently attested fact, for which any student of the period can readily account. That the County of Hampshire is one.
Lippen Wood Roman villa West Meon Bowl barrow m south west of the junction of the A32 and Fawley Lane, part of The Jumps round barr Froxfield and Privett Bowl barrow m west of the junction of the A32 and Fawley Lane, part of The Jumps round barrow cem Froxfield and Privett The Jumps group of round barrows.
The village of West Meon itself has remains dated to the Iron Age and bronze ages when people had progressed from the hunter gatherer period to create settlements and become farmers. There is also evidence Hants book the Meonwara tribe lived here. There are the remains of a Roman Villa in Lippen Wood.
West Meon is a thriving village with a history dating back to the Iron & Bronze ages. Sitting on the headwaters of the River Meon, West Meon enjoys a picturesque location with lots going on all year round. In nearby Lippen Wood, there are the remains of a substantial Roman Villa.
Getting Here & Home Again By Train & Bus. The Church of St John the Evangelist was rebuilt after using flint and a Church of England school opened in West Meon in In a railway opened from Alton to Fareham with a station at West Meon.
However it closed in Then in a Roman villa was found in Lippen Wood. In the First World War 30 men from the village of West. West Meon West Meon (late C18) that drives north-eastwards slicing diagonally through land parcels en route (OS 1: survey, ). Regular agglomeration At the south end of West Meon there is a group of C17 cottages in neat rectangular order at the junction of the A32 with Love Lane.
In the Domesday Book, West Meon is called Menes. The Hampshire Ridgeway, a stretch The discovery in Lippen Wood of the remains of a relatively small but luxurious villa with beautiful Original Saxon church mosaics, suggests that life in this Roman villa in Lippen Wood.
Title. in a Roman villa, excavated in in Lippen Wood West Meon School, founded by Mary Touchet in VERMEOINC llustration by Kate Buxton Artist's impression only HEADONVIE\N Eii WEST MEON Remains of Marlands windmill Site of Meon Valley Railway, / now the Meon Valley Trail and a haven for flora and fauna EARLY PURPLE ORCHID SITE 9C OLD O RBI.
Lippen Wood Roman Villa (Scheduled Monument) Earthwork and barrow on parish boundary with West Meon (Scheduled Monument) Warnford Park (Registered Park and Garden).
The village is also quite close to a Roman Villa at Lippen Wood, National Trust property Hinton Ampner is a ten-minute drive away and there’s also West Meon Pottery, which specialises in architectural pottery but it’s recommended to phone ahead if you plan on visiting.
"Spoonley Wood Roman Villa ()". PastScape. St Peters Church Frocester: Historic England. Hampshire. Name Location Grid reference PastScape link Notes Abbotts Ann Abbotts Ann Lippen Wood West Meon: Historic England.
"Monument No. PastScape. Liss Liss. However it closed in Then in a Roman villa was found in Lippen Wood. In the First World War 30 men from the village of West Meon were killed.
Another 9 died in the Second World War. In West Meon was an overwhelmingly agricultural settlement with 80% of the workforce working in mixed farming.
Then after many naval officers. During the Civil War West Meon was the scene of several skirmishes prior to the Battle of Cheriton, which was fought on 29 March The remains of a Roman villa have been uncovered in Lippen Wood, a mile from the village.
The outer walls of the villa, some hypocaust pillars and a patterned mosaic floor were found during a excavation. Meon is the name not only of the river, of Meonstoke, West Meon, and East Meon, in the wider and more fertile part of the valley, where population at the Norman Conquest was thickest; but close by Titchfield Haven are a small hamlet and farm named Meon.
Bede says in his Ecclesiastical History-Book. Bramdean Roman villa Bramdean and Hinton Ampner Alresford Bridge New Alresford Lomer, deserted medieval settlement Exton Circular and rectangular enclosures at Itchen Stoke and Ovington Tichborne Lippen Wood Roman villa West Meon Enclosure in Preshaw Wood Exton Round barrow cemetery and hollow ways on Beacon Hill.
Sparsholt (/ˈspɑːʃəʊlt/) is a village and civil parish in Hampshire, England, 2 1 ⁄ 2 miles (4 km) west of its area was 3, acres (1, ha).
The Census recorded its population as The parish also includes the hamlet of Dean, Farley Mount Country Park and Crab Wood. West Meon has a history dating back to the Iron and Bronze Ages. Evidence of the Meonwara tribe living in this northern most part of the Meon Valley has been found locally.
In Lippen Wood there are the remains of a substantial Roman Villa. West Meon features in the history of the English Civil War being near to Cheriton.book review A Roman metamorphosis: the grey-literature archive of the Romano-British countryside transformed.
Willis Published online: 12 May book review The Lippen Wood Roman Villa, West Meon, Hants. Report of Preliminary Excavations, May-August, A. Moray Williams B.A. The Lippen Wood Roman Villa, West Meon, Hants.