Twickenham House

Early Bronze Age pottery, traces of Iron Age occupation, an early Roman building, and medieval and later pits and refuse dumps were found in an excavation in the gardens of Twickenham House in 1987.

Human bones which may have been anatomical specimens belonging to a 19th century surgeon who had lived there were also found.

Published Reference: B. Wilson and J. Wallis (1991), Prehistoric Activity, Early Roman Building, Tenement Yards and Gardens behind Twickenham House, Abingdon, Oxoniensia 56, 1-15