Discovered and excavated in 1973/4, the Roman bath-house in Vicarage Field, Lancaster, formed one end of a large courtyard house, probably the home of a Roman official.
It was demolished in about 340AD to make way for a new and massive stone fort. Part of the fort wall, known as the 'Wery Wall', can also be seen.
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Last updated: 25 September 2018