From the BBC: Roman clues found at ancient hill.
Archaeologists have found traces of a Roman settlement at a 5,000-year-old landmark man-made hill in Wiltshire.
English Heritage believes there was a Roman community at Silbury Hill about 2,000 years ago.
The 130ft Neolithic mound near Avebury — one of Europe’s largest prehistoric monuments — is thought to have been created some 3,000 years earlier.
Experts carrying out a project to stabilise the hill say the site may have been a sacred place of pilgrimage. [continue]