0231…Winterbourne Medieval Barn The Beautiful Flagstone Floor SGSMR 18725

owlA History of STOKE GIFFORD & Nearby Parishes
Edited by Adrian Kerton

 

This study shows the magnificent floor of the barn, where the craftsmen had shaped flagstones to fit together rather like a jigsaw. Sadly the western floor,  Area C,  has been covered over.

Report reproduced with kind permission of South Gloucestershire Council and Avon Archaeological Unit Ltd, providing professional Archaeological Services.
Archaeological Consultancy across Bristol and the South West

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Two examples of the superb craftsmanship employed in creating the floor. Further detailed views of Floor C at bottom of the page

Part of Section C, no longer visible  as this area is now a concrete raft.

Floor example

The circle of stones for the cattle to tread turning the mills.

Floor example circle

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The full report can be downloaded as a PDF

Winterbourne Court Farm Tithe Barn – Archaeological Recording Project 2009

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