Gloucester archaeologists search for "missing link" in wall

Archaeologists are hoping that they will complete their discovery of the Roman wall which once ringed Gloucester, England during a summer dig. Evidence of much of the original wall has been found, except for one portion "between the corner of Parliament Street and Southgate Street."

"It will be exciting if anything is found there," said Nigel Spry, of Gloucester Civic Trust and Gloucester and District Archaeology Research Group, who started excavating in the city in 1966.