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History of Cirencester and the Roman city Corinium
K. J. Beecham
|Statement||by K.J. Beecham.|
|Contributions||Verey, David, 1913-|
|LC Classifications||DA690.C61 B4 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, vi, 3-314, 30 p.,  p. of plates (2 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||81164720|
Corinium Dobunnorum. Corinium Dobunnorum, Roman Cirencester, was the second largest town in Roman Britain. Its walls eventually enclosed 96 hectares. The town was the tribal capital and administrative centre or civitas for the Dobunni, the pre-Roman local tribe. It has been estimated that it had a population of betw Facts about Roman Cirencester 1: the real name. The town has a Roman name. It was Corinium. People today call the town as Cirencester. Ptolemy wrote a reference about the town in AD The twin city for Roman Cirencester is Itzehoe. Facts about Roman Cirencester 2: the divisions. Roman Cirencester is divided into five major areas.
It was built in the early 2nd century, when the Roman city of Corinium (now Cirencester) was second only to London in size and importance, with a population of o The amphitheatre could hold about 8, spectators. After the Roman army left Britain, it was fortified against Saxon invaders. Managed by Cirencester Town Council. Special emphasis is placed on the town!"s Roman heritage, reflecting Cirencester!"s importance as the second biggest Roman town, Corinium, outside London. The Roman collection is now spread over two floors and includes marvellous mosaics, tombstones and sculpture as well as room and shop reconstructions and objects from everyday Roman life.
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History of Cirencester and the Roman City Corinium. Kennett John Beecham. Sutton, - History - pages. History of Cirencester and the Roman City Corinium. Corinium Dobunnorum was the Romano-British settlement at Cirencester in the present-day English county of 2nd-century walls enclosed the second-largest area of a city in Roman was the tribal capital of the Dobunni and is usually thought to have been the capital of the Diocletian-era province of First Britain (Britannia ILocation: Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.
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- Scholar's Choice Edition book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 1. Cirencester is known to have been an important early Roman area, along with St. Albans and Colchester, and the town includes evidence of significant area Romans built a fort where the Fosse Way crossed the Churn, to hold two quingenary alae tasked with helping to defend the provincial frontier around AD 49, and native Dobunni were drawn from Bagendon, a settlement 3 Country: England.
A History of Cirencester; A History of Cirencester. The Birmingham Of Yore. It seems remarkable today, but back in Roman times, when a wall was built around the Roman city in the late 2nd century, it enclosed acres (1 km²), making Corinium the second-largest city by area in Britain.
Roman Mosaic, Corinium Museum. History Cirencester has a fascinating history. In Roman times, Cirencester, known as ‘Corinium Dobunnorum’, was the second largest town only to London.
During the 6th century fortunes changed, the Saxons destroyed the town and it was renamed ‘Coryn Ceasre’. It then became a very prosperous wool town in the Medieval period. The site of this fort was to become the Roman town of Corinium.
The military occupation was only a temporary phase and the troops were withdrawn about AD The timber buildings demolished to make way for a planned Roman town to be called Corinium Dobunnorum. Corinium was to be the new centre of administration for the tribe of Dobunni.
The Corinium Museum charts the history of Cirencester, from its beginnings as Roman Corinium to the modern day market town. Corinium Museum lies near the centre of town, just past the main shopping thoroughfares. The museum is a lot bigger than it first appears from the street and you’ll probably be surprised at the amount of exhibits inside.
The new centre, now known as Cirencester, was formally called Corinium Dobunnorum in Roman references. By the 2nd century, it was the second largest town in Britain, covering acres, compared with the of London with a population of up to 15, not far short of the population of today.
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Beecham. History and Charm. Built in the 16th century as a wool merchant's house, the Corinium Hotel offers fifteen individual bedrooms, a locally renowned restaurant and cosy popular bar, which are all full of Cotswold charm.
Our secluded walled garden provides a lovely spot to. Buy History of Cirencester and the Roman city Corinium by Beecham, K. J (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. x, pages + folding frontispiece plate of Roman Pavement + 13 plates (5 folding).
Green cloth boards with gilt illustration on front board. Page dimensions: x mm. Cirencester is a district of Gloucester in SW central England. It has the remains of an abbey dating from [Seller Ref: KnightCol]; 8vo. Buy History of Cirencester and the Roman City Corinium Facsimile of ed by K.J.
Beecham (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on. Cirencester was once a Roman city called Corinium. You can explore its fascinating history by witnessing the locally-found Roman remains at the Corinium Museum on Park Street near Home Park.
The museum holds the biggest and best collection of Romano-British artefacts in the country and is therefore of international importance. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beecham, K.J. (Kennett John), History of Cirencester and the Roman city Corinium.
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Once it was the second largest city in Roman Britain. At other periods it was the site of a great Abbey and the centre of the Cotswold wool trade. Men fought and died in its streets during the Civil War.
This is the illustrated story of Cirencester and its inhabitants from Roman times to the present day. Cirencester History. Cirencester, known as the "Capital Of The Cotswolds", is an historic Roman town in the heart of the Cotswolds with attractions from a Roman Ampitheatre to the nearby Chedworth Roman Villa.
The Corinium Museum in an important source of information on the local history. Heritage List Entry Summary for Corinium Roman Town. Heritage List Entry Summary for Corinium Roman Town. Cirencester. National Grid Reference: SPSPSPSPSPSPSPSPSPSPSPSPSP.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Beecham, K.J.
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