FFRITH residents came into contact with their Roman heritage when Time Team probed the area earlier this month.
The excavation cleared up the mystery of Ffrith's Roman links once and for all when archaeologists concluded that walls buried in the village had in fact belonged to a Roman settlement.
Among the finds on the Time Team dig were Roman artifacts that have given archaeologists a glimpse of life in Ffrith as a villager under Roman rule.
Teams of archaeologists uncovered a silver Roman brooch, presenter Tony Robinson's favourite find; a die made from bone, with clearly visible markings; pottery made from a red clay known as Samian ware, which depicts battle scenes; and a fragment of another brooch.
All finds are currently being analysed by Wessex Archaeology, which will compile a report on the dig. Once the report is complete, the artifacts are expected to be passed on to Flintshire Museum services.
Emma Chaplin, principal museums officer for Flintshire Museums Services, said: 'We will be delighted to have these items and will make good use of them when they arrive.'