Between September 2019 and January 2020, Cotswold Archaeology undertook an excavation at Llanwern in Southern Wales on behalf of RPS preparing and Development and Redrow, on a website occupying the face that is east of hill overlooking the Gwent Levels.
The investigations unveiled a complex including a few stone-founded Roman structures, terraced in to the hillside. These included two stone-built circular buildings, a rectangular framework and an apsidal framework, with proof for task involving the second and 4th hundreds of years advertising. At the very least three other structures had been represented by partial ring-ditches, one containing an oven or kiln. Ecological examples obtained from the oven may enable its function become determined. Continue reading