Bourton grounds

Modern reconstruction

Bourton Grounds Temple was and Egyptian temple dedicated to the goddess Isis located in Buckinghamshire, UK. It was one of the two know temples of the Egyptian Religion in this particular province (Britannia). The other being the Fanum Isidis of Londinium.

This square Romano-British temple lies beside the River Twin near Buckingham, opposite the Thornborough Roman barrows. The walls were of timber-facing with a rubble core, with massive corner-posts. The portico measured c.53 ft. square with walls c. 2 ft. thick, the cella 25 ft. square with 4 ft. thick walls. The temple faced east. It was built in the late-3rd century and remained in use until the early-5th

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