Category:Dorchester Roman Town House
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English: Dorchester Roman Town House is a Roman ruin in Dorchester, Dorset, England. The Town House was discovered in 1937/38. It has two principal ranges of rooms. The South Range comprising rooms 1–7 survives in the plan form of flint and stone walls on the grass covered site. The West Range comprising rooms 8–18 was mosaic floored. This range was re-excavated and provided with a steel and glass cover building with a stone tiled roof all perched on the original foundations between 1996 and 1999.
Grade I listed house in West Dorset, United Kingdom
|Location||West Dorset, United Kingdom|
Media in category "Dorchester Roman Town House"
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- Dorchester Roman Town House - geograph.org.uk - 819703.jpg 640 × 426; 97 KB
- Dorchester Roman Town House - geograph.org.uk - 819714.jpg 640 × 426; 88 KB
- Dorchester Roman Town House Hypocaust - geograph.org.uk - 819711.jpg 640 × 426; 116 KB
- Durnovaria.jpg 800 × 428; 312 KB
- Durnovaria1.jpg 3,648 × 2,736; 2.37 MB
- Mosaic at Dorchester Roman Town House - geograph.org.uk - 819704.jpg 640 × 426; 122 KB
- Roman villa, Dorchester - geograph.org.uk - 473451.jpg 640 × 407; 90 KB