The South Wales Echo reports:
A 2,000-year-old city – one of the most important sites in British history – is believed to have been uncovered in South Wales.
According to experts from the Ancient British Historical Association (ABHA), a field at Mynydd y Gaer, near Pencoed, is the fabled fortress city of King Caradoc I, or Caractacus, who fought the Romans between 42 and 51 AD.
Historians Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett used old manuscripts to narrow their field of search and aerial photos from the Google Earth website, which provides detailed maps and satellite imagery, to find the exact spot.
Their findings have yet to be verified, but the team are now positive they have found the long-lost site.
Mr Wilson said: ‘What we have is a clearly-defined walled city in exactly the place the records tell us it should be.