Remains of a house found at Rhuddgaer, near Newborough by
the Gwynedd Archaeological Trust
Archaeologists in Gwynedd have discovered what is thought to be a buried village on Anglesey.
The village is believed to date back to the 7th or 8th Century, after the Romans had fled Britain.
The Gwynedd Archaeological Trust said: "We don't have any others to compare it to as this is a first."
Volunteers joined students and staff from Bangor University to revisit the location where a fourth or fifth Century coffin was found in the 1870s. The coffin is now in Bangor Museum.
Read the rest of this article...