A Selection of Images from along the Boudicca Way.
The ancient Roman Town at Caistor St Edmund, discovered from an aerial photo in 1928, is the subject of an ongoing archaeological dig between 2009 and 2012. This panorama was taken during the 2010 dig where they are trying to establish what was present before the Roman town was built here.
Venta Icenorum, just south of Norwich near Caister St Edmund, is the site of a roman town dating from around AD60. This view, taken beside the River Tas shows the remaining walls and, in the distance, the church of St Edmund which was built on the corner of the original roman town. The name of Venta Icenorum can be translated as ‘market-place of the Iceni’.