First pictures of Keynsham dig.

The Virtual Museum is now able to bring you images of the archaeological dig now underway in Keynsham Cemetery on the site of a possible Roman temple. It’s where – in the 1920’s – that mosaics from buildings making up a substantial Roman settlement were first discovered by workmen digging graves. Known as the Durley Hill […]

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Come view Roman dig at Keynsham.

The public got a chance at the week-end to see for themselves the excavating work taking place in Keynsham Cemetery on the site of a possible Roman Temple. It’s where – in the 1920’s – that mosaics from rooms making up a substantial Roman settlement were first discovered by workmen digging graves. Known as the […]

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Could ‘Roman’ Bath have a nearby rival?

* IS IT TIME FOR KEYNSHAM TO TAKE MORE PRIDE IN,  AND PROFIT FROM,  ITS AMAZING PAST? * COULD BATH’S NEAR NEIGHBOUR OFFER A ROMAN ATTRACTION OF ITS OWN? In 1877 the Vicar of Keynsham and his churchwardens had to dip into church funds and purchase two and a half acres of ground to provide […]

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