Further excavations are underway in Roman bath at Carlisle
In the north of England, in the city of Carlisle, further excavations begin to reveal more secrets of the Roman bath.
The ruins of the building were discovered in May this year. At the moment fragments of weapons, pottery and coins have been found. Further excavations are possible thanks to the financial support of a local businessman in the amount of £20,000 and funding from the town hall.
According to scientists, the building is 1600 years old.