Roman baths uncovered in York

Published on June 22nd, 2011 | by Admin

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Construction has unearthed the remains of a Roman bath complex in York, England.

He said: “We know very little of the layout of the civilian town of Eboracum, as Roman York was called. Confirming the location of the baths gives us another important piece of the puzzle.”

He said they had been surprised by the standard of the remains as so much of the site would have been destroyed during the construction of the station during the 1840s.

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