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Domus publica Dorcestrensis.

Dorcestria apud Mercios,[1] vel simpliciter Dorcestria[2], aut Dorcastria, (Anglice: Dorchester-on-Thames) est vicus in pago Oxoniense, prope Wallingfordiam, ad ripam laevam Thamesis fluminis. Sunt circa 1000 incolae vico.

Primi incolae Dorcestriae territorii fuerunt apud colles propinquas, aetate Aënea, quas nunc Whittenham Clumps nuncupantur. Aetate Ferrea Britanni aggerem aedificaverunt, vicum circundantem. Dorcestria fuit olim oppidum Romanum nomine ignoto, sed situm in via inter Callevam et Castra Aelia (hodie Alchester), quod nunc foditur ab archaeologis Oxoniensibus. Anno 634 Honorius I papa misit Birinum legatum ad regem Kynegilem Saxonum Occidentalium, eos in fidem Catholicam convertendi causa, et ipse Birinus apostolus Saxonum abbatiam et episcopatum creavit Dorcestriae. Saeculo VII exeunte, Dorcestriam Mercii sustulerunt.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Booth, P. (2012). The Discovering Dorchester-on-Thames project : A report on the excavations, 2007-2011. Dorchester-on-Thames: Parochial Church Council, Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul.
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  • Dickinson, T. (1974). Cuddesdon and Dorchester-on-Thames, Oxfordshire : Two early Saxon princely sites in Wessex (BAR British series ; 1). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.
  • Frere, S. (1964). Excavations at Dorchester on Thames, 1962. London: Royal Archaeological Institute.
  • Gibson, A. (1992). POSSIBLE TIMBER CIRCLES AT DORCHESTER‐ON‐THAMES. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 11(1), 85-91.
  • Marshall, W. (2015). Dorchester-on-Thames, diocese of. The Oxford Companion to British History.
  • Morrison, W., & Crawford, S. (2013). Re-assessing Toys in the Archaeological Assemblage: A Case Study from Dorchester-on-Thames. Childhood in the Past, 6(1), 52-65.
  • Peveler, Edward C. (2016). Reassessing Roman ceramic building materials: Economics, logistics and social factors in the supply of tile to Dorchester on Thames, Oxfordshire. Arqueología de la arquitectura (13).
  • Tiller, Kate, ed. (2005). Dorchester Abbey: Church and People 635–2005. Stonesfield Press

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