Archaeologist defies sceptics in pursuit of lost city of Trellech | Science

THE GUARDIAN | on Tue, Jan 3, 12:33 PM

The first clue was provided by moles. As the creatures burrowed beneath a farmer’s field close to the border between England and Wales[1], they threw up fragments of what appeared to be medieval pottery. Stuart Wilson, an archaeology graduate who was working in a toll bridge booth, took a gamble and bought the field for £32,000 when he could have been investing in his first house. Over the past 15 years he and a hardy band of volunteers have painstakingly unearthed what they believe are the r...

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