SO779493 – At Grit Farm a ditch filled with Roman “wasters”, burnt clay and charcoal was discovered during tree-felling in 1969.
SO777494 – 400m WNW of Grit Farm a waster heap discovered in a water-main trench yielded vessels of a type previously unknown to have been produced here.
SO789497 – At Great Buckmans Farm pits and ditches containing similar material but different forms were found, all dated to the second century.
SO7551 – There is a Roman tile kiln at Upper Sandlin a couple of miles to the north of the Malvern Hills.
References for Howsell
Britannia ii (1971) p.262: W.M.A.N.S. 1969 p.28, 1970 p.39; Trans. Worcs. Arch. Soc. 3.i (1965-7) pp.15-28.
Map References for Howsell
Roman Roads near Howsell
Sites near Howsell
- Kempsey (7 km)
Iron Age Defended Enclosures and Milestone
- Worcester (Vertis) Roman Settlement (9 km)
Minor Settlement and Pottery
- Icknield Street (10 km)
- Midsummer Hill Camp (12 km)
- Hawford (13 km)
Iron Age Defended Enclosures
- Tedstone Wafer Fortlet (15 km)
- Canon Frome (Stretton Grandison) Roman Fort (15 km)
Claudian Auxiliary Fort (AD 43–54) and Minor Settlement
- Woodbury Hill (15 km)
Iron Age Hillfort
- Droitwich (Salinae Dobvnnorvm) Roman Fort (19 km)
Claudian Auxiliary Fort (AD 43–54), Industry, Salt working and Vicus
- Dymock (Macatonium) Roman Settlement (20 km)