Monthly Archives: July 2010

The children and teachers of Andovesford Primary school have been celebrating their passion for all things Roman!

History lessons on the Romans have been brought to life through various visits to Chedworth Roman Villa!  Not only did the children recieve a guided tour of the villa but also tried their hand at weaving and medicine bag making. … Continue reading

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The Roman gods look over Chedworth Roman Villa!

The Roman gods were looking on the Villa last Friday.  Not only did the excavations uncover a third century Roman coin, but also the sun came out for our fundraising evening after a very showery day! Dan Cruickshank and Simon … Continue reading

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When is Rome do as the Romans do!

Preparations are in full swing for our Local Community Day on Tuesday 27th July from 10am- 4pm.  This is a special day to celebrate with our local community the amazing Romano- British history of Chedworth Roman Villa and to share details of … Continue reading

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Revealing the mosaics begins!

Yesterday marked the start of the excavation with the first glimpse of the tesserae.  National Trust and student archaeologists are working hard over the coming weeks to uncover the mosaics that have never before been on public display.  The excavation will … Continue reading

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Make your ‘offering to the gods’ at Chedworth!

Chedworth Roman Villa has launched its own coin and we invite you to come to the villa and make a ‘offering to the gods’.  With an illustration of the figure of Winter and the text ‘Veni Vidi Voti’ meaning ‘I came, I saw, … Continue reading

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