Archeoscan is planning to excavate again this year on a Roman site located between Bath and Bristol. In 2012, a combination of geophysics and an evaluation excavation revealed the presence of a series of high-status Roman buildings located close to the old Roman road to Bath, set on the stunning Cotswold scarp.
The aim of the 2013 excavation is to explore the extent and nature of the main buildings within the enclosure ditch, and to attempt to establish a more precise dating sequence for the site. It would be useful to begin constructing a plan of the site and establish functions for the buildings identified.
Beginners are more then welcome, and anyone over the age of 12 can participate. Young persons aged 12-16 must be accompanied by a fee-paying adult. The participation fee includes full instruction, and there is a reduction for longer-term attendance.