Roman Bath House Discovered in Kent

An archaeological dig in Kent, England has uncovered a Roman bath house. Archaeologists working on a dig in Maidstone, England have discovered the remains of a Roman bath house just centimetres below ground level. The building is thought to have been part of a villa constructed in the 1st century. Efforts to preserve the structure will be made, although five houses are scheduled to be built on the site.

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