Roman Villa found in Wales

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Hope this is in the right forum section.
Very interesting

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-54919775
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Very interesting and not too far from me...I have been trying to get permissions in that area since I started but much of the land is owned by the Duke of Westminster and is very difficult to get on...
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"Further investigations will take place at the site over the next few years"
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The above should read "Further investigations will take place at the site over the next few nights"! :lol:

Fancy naming the village with pictures of the actual field...absolutely incredible!! :lol:
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Allectus wrote: Thu Nov 12, 2020 8:55 pm Fancy naming the village with pictures of the actual field...absolutely incredible!! :lol:
It really doesn't leave much to the imagination at all! 🤐
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To be honest, if you know the area, that does not give too much away, as the village name is used in a more general sense to cover a large area of farm land much of which has no direct access from public roads..

In fact many years ago, I got caught driving on the private lanes that run through the Duke of Westminster of estate, trying to avoid a huge tail back on the main road... :) :)
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Very good discovery but too much information with that photo.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
Dave.
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