(Dunstable) Bedfordshire, England.
Firmly identified from its place in the Antonine
(471.2, 476.9, 479.7) with Dunstable, on Watling Street. Though many chance finds of Roman material had been found in the town, and a substantial villa
had been excavated at Totternhoe, 3.2 km to the W,
little was known of the actual settlement until 1967-68
when excavations on the site of the Dominican friary
revealed the foundations of a large timber building, at
least 30 m long, a well 27.5 m deep, and a kiln.
II (1908) 6-7; C. L.
Matthews, Ancient Dunstable
(1963); IRS 59 (1969)