Carry out a Virtual Excavation of a Roman Site at
|Archaeologists excavated a site on Upper Maudlin Street. When archaeologists excavate a site the things that they find provide clues to get a better idea of how that area was used, who lived there, what they did, how wealthy they were and so on. Even though there were only a few Roman finds on the Upper Maudlin Street site they provided enough clues to allow the archaeologists to work out how this area had been used in the Roman period.|
Below is a virtual site based on the Upper Maudlin Street excavation. Click on the squares to discover seven Roman finds (two of the images take up more than one square).
When you have fully excavated the virtual site try and work out what type of Roman site Upper Maudlin Street was. You can use the sites and finds information on the Roman sites page to help you.