Guidebook: Wroxeter Roman City
In 1859, archaeologists began excavating by the Old Work and uncovereed the remains of a large public baths. Later excavations located the forum and houses, none of which is now visible, but a modern reconstruction of a Roman town house demonstrates how Wroxeter's houses may once have looked. Today, archaeologists have been using cutting-edge technology to uncover the secrets of the site, enabling them to see through the soil and reveal the details of the city, which has led to a revolution in our understanding of this complex and important site.
Publication Date: May 2012
Paperback, 48pp, 94 illustrations