Roman Remains in Leicester
As building developments continued along Great Central Street and Vaughan Way in the city center, a team of archaeologists from The University Of Leicester discovered several roman buildings and the biggest preserved mosaic found in the city for 30 years.
Also found among the ruins of the site thought to be over 1,500 years old where pots, cooking utensils, brooches and a rare sunken room thought to be a possible shrine.
My video shows a number of details at the site as it was opened up to a public eager to view the ruins of the cities roman past.
For further information on the dig please visit the ULAS website.