HISTORIC remains of a Roman fort unearthed during excavations in Exeter will be on display to the public for the first time this weekend.
As the Echo revealed in the summer, the city's early history could soon be rewritten as a result of the extraordinary find on the former St Loyes Foundation site in Topsham Road.
And visitors will have the opportunity to explore the area at a open day on Saturday.
With Roman remains dating back to approximately AD50, the site owners Helical Bar PLC and Urban Renaissance Villages said they are keen for the general public to visit and gain a better understanding of how the city's history was shaped by the conquering Roman army.
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