The Remains of two Roman Villas at Waternewton. 1. The Tesselated Pavements are shown by a light tint; those that are plain appear to have been Mosaic, and those with a strong tint are rubble floors; the Pavements in Fig. 1. are undoubtedly those mentioned by Morton as being a part of a paved road which led from Waternewton to Normangate field; see D. Pl1. Fig. 2, is situated on the South side of the North Road at Waternewton; see E. Pl. 1.
The Durobrivae of Antonius identified and illustrated in a series of plates