Although not one of our digs, the site at Dowbridge is bringing up some very interesting finds. A full report will be published in the fullness of time but, for the moment, we have a few comments and images.
This is the aerial view of the site, taken after the 2019 excavation.
The 2018 excavation uncovered this wooden construction. Explanations range from a trackway through to a fish trap.
Possibly a Bronze Age cup marked stone but the hole seems very deep.
This appears to be the base of a furnace. Samples were taken to further identify the use.
Possibly the most interesting of the features uncovered show an elongated, Romano-British round house. There is a raised up section towards one end. Could this be an altar? The final report should reveal all.