Roman Well Discovered in Worcester, England

Archaeologists have unearthed a fourth century Roman well in Worcester, England at a construction site for a new footpath. Artifacts discovered in an excavated Roman well prove that it dates from around 380 CE, say archaeologists who investiagted the structure. The well was discovered at a construction site in the city of Worcester, England, and is the only complete Roman structure to be found in the area. The well has now been refilled in order to build a footpath on the site.

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