The Baths Basilica Wroxeter: Excavations 1966-90
Report of the excavations from 1966-1990 on the site of the baths basilica at Viroconium Cornoviorum built around AD 150. Evidence is presented in some detail with lots of illustrations, including a large number of conjectural reconstructions of buildings and site panoramas and a set of 177 A3 loose-leaf plans which can be assembled to provide mosaics of the evidence and site interpretation at each successive phase.
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Previous archaeological work
The insula 2 frontage phases
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