This volume represents the first detailed publication of the civil settlement outside the legionary fortress at Caerleon. Extensive excavations uncovered 22 buildings in a range of construction types, from 'cottages' to strip buildings and larger buildings. Some were probably connected with small-scale agriculture on reclaimed marshland, and others had evidence for craft activity, particularly iron-smelting. Waterlogging of the lowest levels preserved environmental evidence for the earlier phases. Vast quantities of artefacts were recovered. Of particular interest are the assemblages of lead and copper alloy objects and ceramic figurines.