Archaeologists have begun to excavate a mosaic beneath a corridor at Chedworth Roman Villa in Gloucestershire.
At 35m (115ft) long, it is considered to be one of the longest in-situ corridor mosaics in the country.
Visitors to the villa near Cirencester are able to watch archaeologists at work from suspended walkways which have been installed overlooking the mosaics.
No photos yet of what — if anything — they’ve actually uncovered. What’s neat is that it was previously discovered and then just covered up again. Hopefully the covering material didn’t do any damage.