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There are numerous elements of early Roman infrastructure in the area, and being in proximity to Roman Chichester and Winchester with the course of a Roman road in north-east corner of parish.
It appears that the area would have been extensively settled with excavated evidence at Alton, Selbourne etc.
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There was settlement in the Rother Valley by the Bronze Age. Has two large oaks growing on it), the Wylds (Bowl Barrow 23.0 m. Traces of human and animal hair found in tree trunk coffin burial) and at Peacewood, Farther Common (An almost circular enclosure on a slight northern slope. The name Liss is Brythonic Celtic in origin presumed.
and there is doubtless much that remains to be found along the downfoot and the spring line villages.
The Liss Archaeological Group have recently uncovered an extensive Roman villa site close to East Liss, with further excavations to be made.
The village centre in what is now West Liss around Church Street and the nearby triangular patch of ground, the Plestor (derived from 'playstow', or playground – see Plestor House).
The Village Stocks were sited here, near an ancient oak which, now entirely hollow, remains in front of the current Spread Eagle Inn.
The Chancel, parts of tower, and octagonal piers of arcade date from C.13.