Few of the rath-like enclosures in Glamorganshire or Monmouthshire have been adequately excavated, with the notable exception of Mynydd Bychan, Glam., overlooking the Ewenny valley, where a small enclosure was found to contain a group of timber-framed circular huts, probably dating to the ﬁrst century BC. Rebuilding in stone took place in the middle of the ﬁrst century AD (Figure 13.16). At Whitton, South Glam., a roughly rectangular ditched enclosure established in the early decades of the ﬁrst century AD was provided with seven timber roundhouses of different dates. Romanization, in the form of rectangular timber buildings, becomes apparent at the end of the ﬁrst century AD (Figure 13.16). Both sites are best regarded as single family farmsteads.