A major archaeological project at the nationally-important Caistor Roman town in Norfolk is to be launched within the next few weeks.
Researchers hope the origins and development of the settlement at Caistor St Edmund, just south of Norwich, will emerge for the first time during eight to 10 years of work.
The town was once the regional centre of East Anglia and is one of only three Romano-British towns remaining undeveloped.
The site, owned by the Norfolk Archaeological Trust and managed by South Norfolk Council, was also the market town for the Iceni tribe, led by Queen Boudicca.
Monday, June 19, 2006
Extensive study into Roman town