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Leicester's Roman forum reconstructed Featured Print

Leicester's Roman forum reconstructed

Reconstruction drawing by Alan Sorrell of the city of Leicester's Roman forum in Roman times. The Roman remains excavated by Kathleen Kenyon in 1936, beside the Roman-era Jewry Wall in Leicester, were initially thought to be a Roman forum, with the Jewry Wall part of a basilica. However, later excavations showed that the site was probably a bath complex and the Jewry Wall part of that. The Illustrated London News in 1937 shows the restoration as the forum and basilica. Date: 1936

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Leicester's Roman remains excavated, 1936 Featured Print

Leicester's Roman remains excavated, 1936

Drawing by Alan Sorrell of excavations in progress in the city of Leicester in 1936 led by Kathleen Kenyon. The excavated Roman remains were initially thought by Kenyon to be a Roman forum, with the Roman-era Jewry Wall beside the site part of a basilica. However, later excavations showed that the site was probably a bath complex and the Jewry Wall part of that. The Illustrated London News in 1937 reports the find as the forum. Date: 1936

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Italy. Rome. Forum of Nerva. Built in 85-97 A.C Featured Print

Italy. Rome. Forum of Nerva. Built in 85-97 A.C

Italy. Rome. Forum of Nerva. Built in 85-97 A.C. It was started by Emperor Domitian but officially completed and opened by his successor, Nerva. It is also referred to as the Transient Forum (Forum Transitorium). Partial view.

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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