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Barland's Farm, Magor, Gwent: a Romano-Celtic boat

  • Nigel Nayling (a1), David Maynard (a1) and Sean McGrail (a2)
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Recent excavations on the Gwent Levels, in the wetlands of the Severn Estuary, south Wales, have recovered substantial remains of a waterlogged boat, of probable late 3rd- to early 4th-century AD date.

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