Roman temple and early medieval church found in Spain

Archaeologists working on excavations in the chancel of the Church of Sant Feliu Girona in Catalonia, Spain, have discovered the remains of a 6th or 7th century tombs, as well as an ancient Roman temple.

In addition to the the tombs, one of which may have belonged to a bishop, experts discovered a temple "with cross-shaped plan, apse, three naves and two side chapels." The excavations are part of the European project "Sopra e sotto. Euopea La Città."