"Ariston Men Idor
These Hot Springs were used by the Romans as early as the first
In Area . In Gradeur . In Completeness .
The baths of Aquae Sulis were unequalled
The remains of their magnificance are here disclosed"
The more recent metal plaque is on the corner of York Street and
"Twenty feet beneath you stand the remains of the Roman Baths which flourished between the 1st and 4th centuries AD. They were lost beneath the city for hundreds of years and discovered in 1879. This building was erected in 1973, replacing private baths built in the 1880s by Major Charles Davis who excavated the Roman Baths"
Location map of plaques:
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