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Archaeologists discover 'amazing' details of Roman city
by Esther Addley
The Guardian Translate This Article
8 June 2020
On 8 June 2020 The Guardian reported:
Archaeologists have mapped a complete Roman city for the first time using ground-penetrating radar, revealing highly detailed images that they say could revolutionise our understanding of how such sites worked. ... the team from the universities of Cambridge and Ghent have discovered a large public monument of a kind never seen before, which may relate to the religious practices of the people who lived in the area before the Romans.
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