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Sunday, October 16, 2011
West Cumbrian dig uncovers Roman building
The first week of a 12-day excavation on land below Papcastle has uncovered remains of a Roman building which could have been used as a Roman bath house or a high status building.
Grampus Heritage is leading the community excavation on land owned by Robert and Edmund Jackson.
Archaeologists found evidence of walls of a large Roman building, shards of pottery and metal objects.
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Posted by David Beard MA, FSA, FSA Scot at 5:44 PM
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