TVAS Reading: Excavations at Caversham Quarry, Sonning Eye, Oxfordshire
During archaeological work, carried out before the area is quarried, a significant Roman landscape was uncovered.
This excavation has revealed multiple graves, a building, and two wells. The first of these is well  with a simple wooden stake and stonework construction.
The second of the wells had wooden latticework and worked timbers that may have been part of a wooden construction that fell in once the well was abandoned.
The burials that were uncovered were inhumations with the remains being fragile and in several cases partial.