This talk presents the results of the nationally significant archaeological excavations undertaken by Oxford Archaeology East on the estate of a large Roman villa near Corby. The incredible well-preserved remains included a Romano-British building site, a temple-mausoleum converted to a tile factory, pottery and lime manufacture and much more. It ranks amongst the most exciting and important Late Romano-British archaeology encountered from Roman Britain.
Speaker: Paddy Lambert, Oxford Archaeology East
Paddy specialises in the history and material culture of the Roman world, with special interests in cultural syncretism and epigraphy. He has worked extensively on Roman sites across the UK and in Europe, including an extensive Roman villa in the south west.
FREE for FRAG members