Weycock Hill Temple

Temple Or Shrine

An octagonal temple lies in a temenos on a gentle hill 5 miles SW of Maidenhead. The portico was 63 ft. 7 in. in diameter, the cella 35 ft. 11 in., the walls were a uniform 3½ feet thick. Built during the early-4th century and abandoned during the 5th, the temple probably faced east.

References for Weycock Hill Temple

  • Temples in Roman Britain by M.J.T. Lewis (Cambridge 1966)

Map References for Weycock Hill Temple

NGRef: SU8277 OSMap: LR175

Roman Roads near Weycock Hill Temple

None identified