Roman houses discovered in Chichester | Photo: CHICHESTER DISTRICT COUNCIL
In Chichester, in the south of England, the remains of three Roman-era structures were discovered in 2017. This was done through research and penetration scans.
Among the buildings are the ruins of two Roman houses that were located in the former Roman city of Noviomagus Reginorum. What’s more, a building was discovered that could have been part of a bathhouse, a cellar or a winter banquet hall with a heated floor.
Scientists are due to undertake further research this year, which they hope will provide answers to many question marks.
In turn, near Priory Park, scans showed the existence of remains of a Roman road. However, scientists will not bring them to light.