Archaeologists have discovered several large buildings at the fortress of Caerleon in south Wales, one of Britain's best known Roman sites.
The major discovery was made by chance by students learning to use geophysical equipment.
Cardiff University's Peter Guest said the find was "totally unexpected" .
It is possible the buildings, which may include baths and temples, are first evidence of Roman plans to develop Caerleon into a major settlement.
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