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Friday, September 16, 2011
Roman baths in Southwark marshlands stun boffins
A rare find of ancient ruins has been made in south London, where Romans used to fear to tread.
Network Rail uncovered the remains of a bath house at London Bridge, last week.
It is shaping up as one of the biggest Roman finds ever made south of the Thames.