Part of a Roman tile found in Chedworth, Gloucestershire. The Romans had a strong connection to this part of England. The tile was found in a garden, and, although not unique to the area and could in theory be found anywhere, it is an indicator of the Roman's dominance here and the ancient Roman town of Cirencester.
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