The Essential Roman Baths

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  • Paperback
  • 47 pages
  • The Essential Roman Baths
  • Stephen Bird
  • English
  • 10 November 2018
  • 1857594665

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The Essential Roman Baths The Roman Baths at Bath is the best preserved ancient baths and temple complex in northern Europe It is here, at the heart of the World Heritage Site of Bath, that the only thermal springs in the UK emerge from deep underground, bringing health and vitality to this beautiful city In the first century AD, the Romans chose this site to build the most dramatic suite of public buildings of Roman Britain At the Roman Baths visitors can see in situ remains and ornate architectural fragments of the magnificent Temple of Sulis Minerva, goddess of the thermal spring, and the remarkably well preserved bath house frequented by residents and pilgrims nearly 2,000 years ago Also on display are coins and curses thrown into the Sacred Spring as petitions to the presiding goddess, inscriptions recording local people and well travelled pilgrims, and numerous other treasures unearthed through archaeological excavations over the past 300 years The Essential Roman Baths is the brand new authorised guide to the Best Download [ The Essential Roman Baths ] By [ Stephen Bird ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “The Essential Roman Baths

  1. Chris says:

    An excellent guide to the Baths Take the late evening tour if you can The Main Bath is breathtaking at dusk when lit by torches.

  2. Tara van Beurden says:

    I did a day tour to Bath, Stonehenge and Windsor when I was in England, and stopped at the Roman Baths My mum had been to England 25 years earlier and talked a lot about the Roman Baths, so I was interested to see them, and learn a bitabout some of the ideas about their healing properties This book expands on that information, including reference to much of the Roman symbolism within the place It s a fascinating place that looks back to what started one of th...

  3. Sarah - says:

    Perhaps the extra star is for the fact that I ve actually been to Bath but I couldn t help it It s so amazing to me to stand in this place that s existed for 2000 years and see just what the Romans were able to create It s just fascinating The guide itself is a brief ov...

  4. Jovy says:

    Bath is an amazing place This book gives me historical information about the Roman baths, the roman goddess symbols, the 300 year history and changes and cool pictures too

  5. Julie Bozza says:

    Beautiful photos, and the too brief story of a fascinating location.