The remains of a Roman villa have been revealed near Rossett, Wrexham. It is the first site of its kind to be found in north-east Wales, adding to our knowledge of the region during this period.
New dating evidence from Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire may have identified Britain’s first-known 5th-century mosaic, researchers have announced.
Excavation just outside Corby has shed vivid light on the construction of a Roman villa, the reuse of an enigmatic religious building, and a bustling array of industrial activity, as Paddy Lambert explains.
In this column Joe Flatman looks at the diverse array of sites and landscapes that CA has visited on the Isle of Wight over the years.
In this third column on Roman villas, Joe Flatman turns his sights north and westwards, into the frontier lands where traditionally villas have not been expected to be found.
This latest column from Joe Flatman continues to look at CA’s coverage of Roman villas. He explores their presence in the magazine, with examples ranging from the well-known to the more obscure.
This latest column from Joe Flatman looks at CA’s coverage of Roman villas. He explores their presence in the magazine from the very first issue, with examples ranging from the well-known to the more obscure.
This book offers a unique interpretation of the Lullingstone Roman Villa in the Darent Valley of Kent, exploring how its inhabitants used space to assert their position in society, as well as their cultural identity.
This latest column from Joe Flatman looks at CA’s coverage of Chedworth Roman Villa, discussing the preservation and presentation of the site over the years.
An artefact excavated from the National Trust’s Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire has been identified as part of a rare fish-shaped glass bottle, following extensive investigations.