Excavations have revealed evidence of some of the earliest Roman activity currently known in the Stroud Valleys dating from the mid to late 1st century, and therefore soon after the Roman invasion in AD43.
Daily Archives: September 3, 2011
Wessex Archaeology has found important Roman remains within the confines of the major Roman town of Durnovaria now modren day Dorchester
The third annual Treasure conference, held at Leicester university on 5th November is a one day conference focusing on the amazing Hallaton Iron Age Treasure, over 5,000 coins and silver objects including a Roman cavalry helmet.
Australia’s iconic thylacine, or Tasmanian tiger, was hunted to death in the early Twentieth century for allegedly killing sheep; however, a new study published in the Zoological Society of London’s Journal of Zoology has found that the tiger had such weak jaws that its prey was probably no larger than a possum.