Roman temple found in Wales

Published on August 28th, 2013 | by Admin


Archaeologists in Wales have unearthed evidence of an ancient Roman temple while searching for an 11th century Norman church.

“There had been questions before the dig began because a church would be orientated east west where as this building was north south and as soon as we started to dig all we found were Roman artefacts,” said Dr Iestyn Jones, presenter and archaeologist on the programme.

The finds were recovered from two trenches are thought to date back to the 2nd and 4th Centuries, said Dr Jones.

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