Fresh excavation work has begun at Keynsham cemetery, near Bristol, on the site of a possible Roman temple.
During the early 1920s elaborate mosaic floors like this were found by workmen cutting new graves [Credit: Freta Turland]
In 1877 substantial remains of a large Roman building were uncovered by workers building mortuary chapels.
Archaeologists have spent two years conducting geophysical surveys in part of the old Victorian burial ground.
They believe they have located part of a religious healing sanctuary which could be connected to the recently identified Roman town of Trajectus.
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