Welcome to the GGAT timeline. Here you can travel through time and find out about some of the many projects that we have undertaken.
From large hillforts to single standing stones there are nearly 3,000 known prehistoric sites and monuments in South Wales. Follow the links below to discover more about surveys and investigations at some of these remains. Learn More
In South Wales the remains of Roman military forts and associated settlements civilian towns and villas and the roads that linked them can be found.
GGAT have worked on a number of prestige Roman sites, to discover more about these sites follow the links.
Whether it is a castle, abbey, church, town or rural settlement, medieval remains can be found throughout South Wales. Follow the links below to find out more about our investigations into this important heritage.
Our Historic Environment Record contains more than 13,000 records of buildings sites and monuments of 16-18th century date. The links below will take you to information about some of the projects that we have carried out at these sites.
Wales has been descrided as the first Industrial Nation and South Wales contains many remains of the industries that changed the landscape. Follow the links below to find out more about our investigations of these remains.
The past started just now! Investigations of comparatively recent remains can still tell us new stories. Find out more at the links below.