Roman-British settlement found at Wylfa Newydd



Evidence of a Roman-British settlement has been found by experts who are studying one of Europe’s biggest archaeological digs on Anglesey.
For the past few months, experts have been searching at a site that is hoped will house the multi-billion pound Wylfa Newydd development, near Cemaes.
The excavations, covering a 100,000 sq metre site have included removing the soil from each of the investigation areas, allowing both professionals and amateur archaeologists from the community, to record their findings.
But according to senior archaeologists, of which there are 60 on site, what they have... read more

 
29 September 2017 in Regional, Views: 44
Source: Daily Post
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