ARCHAEOLOGISTS in Colchester have uncovered a major Roman find in the heart of the historic town.
The Head gate was one of the main Roman entrances to the ancient walled settlement and was situated where St John's Road, Crouch Street and Head Street now meet.
And on Saturday members of the Colchester Archaeological Trust (CAT) found the structure's central pier, proving that the gate had two arches and not one, as some people had speculated.
Friday, November 03, 2006
We do that a lot Archaeologists dig up major find