Excavations in 1907-8 uncovered a Roman villa with Baths and an aisled farmhouse with wings. A Roman lead coffin was found nearby. The villa complex included a detached octagonal building about 27½ ft. in diameter which may have been a shrine attached to the villa or possibly a garden pavilion. There is a similar situation at the Walton-on-Hill villa in Surrey.
RIB 131 - Relief dedicated to Mars Olludius
To Mars Olludius.
RIB 132 - Relief dedicated to Romulus
To the god Romulus Gulioepius presented this, Juventinus made it.
References for Stroud
- Temples in Roman Britain by M.J.T. Lewis (Cambridge 1966);
- The Roman Inscriptions of Britain by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (Oxford 1965).
- Monument Number 243069
Map References for Stroud
NGRef: SU7223 OSMap: LR197
Roman Roads near Stroud
Sites near Stroud Villa
- Butser Ancient Farm (7 km)
- Iping Settlement (12 km)
- Neatham (Vindomis) Roman Settlement (18 km)
Antonine Posting Station and Minor Settlement
- Hayling Island Temple (21 km)
Temple Or Shrine
- Bosham Harbour (Magnus Portus) (21 km)
- Portchester (Portus Adurni) Roman Fort (22 km)
Saxon Shore Fort
- Fishbourne Roman Palace (Villa Regis Cogidubni) (22 km)
Supply Depot and Villa
- Chichester (Noviomagus Reginorum) (23 km)
British Capital and Port
- Winchester (Venta Belgarum) (25 km)
- Bignor Roman Villa (28 km)