The Great Dish from the Mildenhall Treasure, Roman Britain, 4th century AD  Found in Mildenhall, Suffolk, eastern England (1942)

The Great Dish from the Mildenhall Treasure, Roman Britain, century AD Found in Mildenhall, Suffolk, eastern England

Ruins of the Roman Settlement called Letocetum at Wall, near Lichfield, built around 50 AD and abandoned around 500 AD, St John’s Parish Church in the distance. Staffordshire, England.

vwcampervan-aldridge: Ruins of the Roman Settlement called Letocetum at Wall, near Lichfield, built around 50 AD and abandoned around 500 AD, St John’s Parish Church in the distance.

ANCIENT ART  The Theatre of Verulamium: Britain’s only Roman theatre still visible today. Located in modern-day St Albans, England.  3/9

The Theatre of Verulamium: Britain’s only Roman theatre still visible today. Located in modern-day St Albans, England. Continuing my series on the Roman town of Verulamium, the next site I will be.

The Temple of Mithras, Walbrook, is a Roman temple dedicated to Mithras in the mid-3rd century.

Roman Temple of Mithras in London, sits amongst the hustle and bustle of London circa 54 BC

The Great Dish from the Mildenhall Treasure (a Roman serving dish -- 4th century AD -- made from silver and weighs over 8kg) [2765x2534]

The Great Dish from the Mildenhall Treasure (a Roman serving dish -- century AD -- made from silver and weighs over

The beautiful 4th century Orpheus mosaic at Littlecote Roman Villa in Wiltshire by Anguskirk, via Flickr

The beautiful century Orpheus mosaic at Littlecote Roman Villa in Wiltshire, UK

Aerial view of Caerleon Roman amphitheatre, Newport, Wales

8 Roman Ampitheatres in Britain. Roman amphitheatres are large, circular or oval open-air venues with raised seating – built by the Ancient Romans.

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