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Homes in the Time of the Romans

Romans occupied Wales between AD 47 and about AD 410, and where they settled they built homes called villas. These were stone buildings with a bath house, heating system and mosaics. Oil, wine, pottery and glass were imported from across the Roman Empire.

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Roman board game

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Castor ware cups from Castell Collen Roman fort...

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Group of Roman finds, Abergavenny area

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Roman coins

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Leather Shoe from the Roman period

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Penannular brooch from the Roman period

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Abermagwr Roman Villa excavation - roof slates

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Abermagwr Roman Villa excavation - cooking vessel

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Abermagwr Roman Villa excavation - Roman coins (1)

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Abermagwr Roman Villa reconstruction

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Drawings of artefacts from VENTA SILURUM, Caerwent

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Drawing of a mosaic at Caermead Roman Villa

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Mosaic floor at Caermead Roman Villa

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Decoration from Roman Fort & Fortlet at...

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