Further work is due to take place at the site to uncover any further details about the "really interesting structure" GLOUCESTER CITY COUNCIL
Archaeologists preparing for a revamp of part of Gloucester city centre have uncovered a Roman wall.
The limestone structure was found 2.1m (6.8ft) below ground level as part of work for the King's Square redevelopment.
Experts say that it is aligned 45 degrees to the city's Roman walls and that it was probably an internal corner tower.
Further work is due to take place at the site to excavate further.
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