In the late 19th century, George Witts made reference to Daglingworth Roman Villa:
About the year 1690 the foundations of a Roman villa were discovered in the parish of Daglingworth, close to the Ermine Street, two and a half miles north-west of Cirencester. It was situated in a field called “Cave Close.” I am not aware of any description of this, and am unable to give any details as to dimensions, or as to what articles of antiquity were found.
The following inscriptions are linked to Daglingworth
RIB 129 - Fragmentary dedication
RIB 130 - Dedication to the Mother Goddesses and the Genius Loci
To the Mother Goddesses and to the Genius of this place … [set this up].
References for Daglingworth
- The Roman Inscriptions of Britain by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (Oxford 1965).
Roman Roads near Daglingworth
Sites near Daglingworth Villa
- Bagendon Settlement (3 km)
Iron Age Settlement and Settlement
- Fosse Way (3 km)
- Corinium Dobunnorum (Cirencester) Amphitheatre (4 km)
- Corinium Dobunnorum (Cirencester) Vicus (4 km)
- Cirencester (Corinium Dobunnorum) Roman Fort (4 km)
Neronian Auxiliary Fort (AD 54–68), Vexillation Fort and Vicus
- Ermin Way (6 km)
- Combend Villa (7 km)
- Barnsley Park Villa (8 km)
- Chedworth Roman Villa (11 km)
- Custom Scrubs (11 km)
Temple Or Shrine and Villa