Excavations at Cam in Gloucestershire

During recent excavations at Cam a high status Roman villa was uncovered. The villa has the remains of a hypocaust system and wall plaster from a bathhouse.

Left: The curve of a lined pool. Right: The stacks of tile within the hypocaust system.

Above: Initial 3d modelling of the pool.
Left: Stacked tiles flush with the outer walls. Right: Excavation of the hypocaust piles.

Above: Connected sections of the hypocaust for transferring heat between the rooms of the villa.
Left: Hypocaust system during the process of excavation. Right: Decorated flue tiles recovered from the hypocaust system.

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