A roughly square room, in the north wing with connecting gap to Room 29, but not to corridor in current layout. The presence of in situ late 4th-century mosaic has been confirmed by sample excavation.
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- VILLA (Roman - 43 AD to 409 AD)
Roughly square room, with connecting gap to Room 29 to east, but not to the corridor in current layout. Laid to grass, but presence of in situ late 4th-century mosaic known from sample excavation. Walls with pitched concrete tile caps, caps are in poor condition. [SNA62028]
The buried mosaic survey found that the mosaic in this room comprised a border of a different colour towards the walls with a geometric pattern towards the centre of the rooms and was in a better state of preservation th that in room 31a to the east.[SNA62068]
- SNA62028 - National Trust Report: Atkins Heritage. 2007. Chedworth Roman Villa Conservation Management Plan Gazetteer.
- SNA62068 - National Trust Report: Cotswold Archeological Trust. 2000. Archaeological Survey of Buried Mosaics, Chedworth Roman Villa.
Other Statuses and References
- HER/SMR Reference (External): 547
- ENA21 - Archaeological Intervention, Magnetometry and Resistivity Survey, Courtyards and North Wing, Chedworth Roman Villa (Ref: INT 108)
- ENA37 - Archaeological Intervention, Buried Mosaic Survey, Chedworth Roman Villa (Ref: INT 118)
- ENA4101 - Non Archaeological Intervention, North wing wall restoration and replacement of capping, Chedworth Roman Villa