Archaeologists are excited by the discovery of part of the 4th century Roman wall in England's city of Bath. The discovery was made during sewer repairs to Burton Street.
"Bath is an archaeologically rich city, however, discoveries of this significance on our schemes is very unusual," said Natalie Doran, an environmental scientist with Wessex Water.
Experts speculate that the five Roman blocks found formed part of the buttress of the original city wall. The site will be reburied to preserve the structure.