The market also included a significant corn trade throughout the period and was regarded as the second largest corn market in the west of England in 1830.
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The main settlement at Warminster dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period, although there is evidence of pre-historic settlements in the area, especially at the nearby Iron Age hill forts: Battlesbury Camp, Scratchbury Camp and Cley Hill.
Two Roman villas have been discovered in the area, as have caches of Roman coins.
The name dates from the Victorian period when it briefly held a licence to be the letter receiving station for the district.
Come and see items on display including Victorian postal equipment, a selection of samplers and furniture dating back to the 16th century.