Roman Baths looking north east, Bath c.1900

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Original caption as follows: Discoveries of the remains of the Roman Thermae have been made at intervals since 1755. The great rectangular bath was excavated in 1882. It measures 82ft 6in by 40ft 3 in. It is surrounded by an Ambulatory, originally arcaded according to the Scholae, but probably leaving the bath as now open to the sky. The bath is still filled with mineral water. The floor is covered with the original plates of lead, 10ft by 5ft as fixed by the Romans.

SKU: 11084

CABINET ID: 139733

COLLECTION REFERENCE: C8 / 367

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Bath Central Library

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 155

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 210