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Scheduled Monuments in Bath and North East Somerset

  1. Bath City Walls
    Abbey Ward
  2. Bowl barrow 150m NNW of Abbey Farm
    Hinton Charterhouse
  3. Bowl barrow 370m east of Ubley Hill Farmhouse
    Ubley
  4. Bowl barrow 400m west of Bellevue House
    Nempnett Thrubwell
  5. Bridge near Manor House
    Stanton Drew
  6. Camerton Romano-British town and associated Prehistoric and early medieval monuments
    Radstock
  7. Castle (remains of)
    Newton St. Loe
  8. Chewton Keynsham packhorse bridge
    Compton Dando
  9. Churchyard cross in St Andrew's churchyard
    Chew Magna
  10. Compton Dando Bridge
    Compton Dando
  11. Culverhay Castle
    Englishcombe
  12. Deserted medieval farmstead north east of Northwick
    Chew Magna
  13. Dundas aqueduct
    Monkton Combe
  14. Hinton Priory
    Hinton Charterhouse
  15. Lansdown camp
    North Stoke
  16. Large irregular stone circle at Stanton Drew south east of Church Farm
    Stanton Drew
  17. Large univallate hillfort with a bowl barrow and pillow mounds 970m west of The Bungalow
    North Stoke
  18. Large univallate hillfort with outworks 800m west of White Cross
    Stowey-Sutton
  19. Lock Up, Mill Lane
    Monkton Combe
  20. Maes Knoll camp
    Norton Malreward
  21. Multi-span bridge called Bathford Bridge
    Bathford
  22. Oval enclosure, possibly Iron Age, south west of Stowey House
    Stowey-Sutton
  23. Part of a Roman road 565m north of Abbey Farm
    Hinton Charterhouse
  24. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 210m north west of Cottles
    Publow
  25. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 285m north west of Manor Farm
    Englishcombe
  26. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 375m south east of Knowle Farm
    Compton Dando
  27. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 420m south west of Barrowmead Cottage
    Englishcombe
  28. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 425m south of New Barn Farm
    Norton Malreward
  29. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 530m north west of Park Farm
    Newton St. Loe
  30. Part of the linear boundary known as the Wansdyke 585m north of Tuckingmill Farm
    Compton Dando
  31. Queen Charlton village cross
    Compton Dando
  32. Richmont Castle
    East Harptree
  33. Roman camp 405m west of The Bungalow
    Charlcombe
  34. Roman Settlement at Keynsham Hams, former Cadbury's Factory
    Keynsham
  35. Roman villa at Upper Hayes
    Wellow
  36. Round House
    Publow
  37. Saltford brass battery mill
    Saltford
  38. Site of correrie or lower house to Hinton Priory
    Hinton Charterhouse
  39. Slight univallate hillfort 125m west of Tunley Farm
    Camerton
  40. Slight univallate hillfort 190m north west of Westleigh
    Batheaston
  41. Slight univallate hillfort called Bathampton Camp
    Bathwick Ward
  42. Standing stone called Hautville's Quoit
    Stanton Drew
  43. Stantonbury camp and adjacent sections of Wansdyke
    Compton Dando
  44. Stone cove at Stanton Drew 25m south west of St Mary's Church
    Stanton Drew
  45. Stoney Littleton long barrow
    Wellow
  46. The Abbey
    Keynsham
  47. The Eastgate, Bath
    Abbey Ward
  48. The Fairy Toot long barrow 350m SSW of Howgrove Farm
    Nempnett Thrubwell
  49. The Falconry, Farleigh Hungerford
    Hinton Charterhouse
  50. The Roman Baths and site of Roman town, Bath
    Abbey Ward
  51. Tun Bridge
    Chew Magna
  52. Two round barrows north of Blathwayt Arms
    Charlcombe
  53. Two stone circles and two stone avenues at Stanton Drew, east of Court Farm
    Stanton Drew
  54. Ubley Manor House (remains of)
    Ubley
  55. Wansdyke: section 1230yds (1120m) eastwards from Burnt House Inn
    Odd Down Ward
  56. Wansdyke: section east of Maes Knoll camp
    Norton Malreward

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