In England, there were found remains of a huge Roman villa (one of the largest discovered in Britain), which covered an area of 85 to 85 meters. The object was discovered on one of the cultivated fields, but the location is still secret, so as not to attract the robbers.
The finding was made by historian Keith Westcott while walking around the local field. His attention was drawn by the larger flat pieces that turned out to be Roman tiles.
Till this moment, only a percentage of the entire area has been studied. At the moment, scientists are looking for any university that will undertake excavation works (which could take even years). Ideally, the local community would also be involved in the work. Of course, if there is no willing, this place will lie and wait for the funds to be found.
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