Jordan Hill Roman Temple

Dorset
This Romano-Celtic temple at Jordan Hill in Weymouth dates back to the 4th century, towards the end of the Roman occupation of Britain. A pit for ritual offerings was found, suggesting that the Celtic religious practices of the area continued alongside the Roman ones. (more…)
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London’s Roman Amphitheatre

Central London
The remains of a Roman amphitheatre built nearly 2000 years ago are hiding under the Guildhall Art Gallery in London. With a capacity of 6000, this arena played host to gladiator fights, wild animal fights, and public executions. (more…)
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London Mithraeum

Central London
Underneath the European headquarters of financial company Bloomberg, lies a temple dedicated to the Roman god Mithras. Built in the mid 3rd century, initiates of the Mithras cult would meet here for secret ceremonies and feasts. (more…)
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Leptis Magna Roman Ruins

Leptis Magna Roman Ruins

Surrey
These ruins that sit beside the lake in Windsor Great Park may look like they have been there since the Romans occupied Britain, but they were actually placed there in the 19th century by architect Jeffry Wyatville. The ruins are Roman, but were taken from the Roman City of Leptis Magna in Libya, which was at its height during the 2nd to 3rd centuries CE. (more…)
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Wall Roman Site

Wall Roman Site

Staffordshire
Wall Roman Site, near Lichfield, started as a military post for Roman soldiers. Soon after, civilians and businesses arrived, and what you can see at Wall are the remains of a Mansio (Inn), and a bath house, which were located in this Roman town of Letocetum. (more…)
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Bancroft Roman Villa

Bancroft Roman Villa

Buckinghamshire
Bancroft Roman Villa in Milton Keynes seems out of place in amongst the housing estate on which it resides. The villa was built in the late 3rd century and had mosaics and bath suites. You can see the outline of the rooms at the site, which have been placed on top of the re-buried ruins. (more…)
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Welwyn Roman Baths

Welwyn Roman Baths

Hertfordshire
The ruins of this villa built in the 3rd century lie underneath the A1(M), protected by a steel vault. Here, you can see the remains of a bath house, which is only a fraction of the ruins first discovered in the 1960s. (more…)
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