Lullingstone Roman Villa (English Heritage Guidebooks)
Lullingstone Roman Villa, in the idyllic Darent valley, was built in about AD 100 and occupied for more than 300 years by a succession of rich owners, possibly even a future Roman Emperor. The discovery of a fourth-century house-church, unique in Britain, makes it one of the most important Roman sites in the country. This guidebook contains a full tour and history of the site, beautifully illustrated with photographs of the spectacular mosaics, wall-paintings and other exciting finds. A series of reconstructive drawings evokes the villa and its households over three centuries.