October 27th, 2017

A visit to the Roman Baths, Sham Castle and a few church micros on the way.

Shabi
Shabi
Bath Abbey doorway
A view of Bath Abbey from The Roman Baths.
The Roman Baths.
The Roman Baths.
Roman coins found at the site of the Roman Baths.
Gorgon's Head from the Temple Pediment.

Oldest (76AD) inscription found at the
site of the Roman Baths.

Roman Baths, Bath
Roman Baths, Bath
Headstone of Gaius Calpurnius.
The priest in charge of the temple Sulis Minerva.
Altar installed by Saturninus, Centurian of the second legion Augusta.
Roman Baths, Bath
The head of Sulis Minerva
Roman Baths, Bath
Roman artifacts, Roman Baths, Bath
Roman Baths, Bath
Hypocaust in the Roman Baths.
Mosaic floor.
Roman Baths, Bath
17,500 silver Roman coins dating from between 32 BC and 274 AD were found
150 metres from the Roman Baths.
Roman keys, Roman Baths, Bath
A model of how the Roman Baths and the Temple of Sulis Minerva would have looked in the 4th century AD.

St Michael and St Paul's Church, Bath
St Michael and St Paul's Church, Bath
St Michael and St Paul's Church, Bath
St Michael and St Paul's Church, Bath
Stained glass window
St Mary's Church, Bath
Stained glass window
St Mary's Church, Bath
Sham Castle, Bath
Gillian at Sham Castle, Bath
Sham Castle, Bath
Holy Trinity, Combe Down
Holy Trinity, Combe Down
Stained glass window
Holy Trinity, Combe Down
St Michael's Church,
Monkton Combe
Stained glass window
St Michael's Church,
Monkton Combe
Painted Organ
St Michael's Church,
Monkton Combe
Hot air Balloon over
Monkton Combe.
Home of William Smith, creator of the first nationwide geological map.
Monkton Combe.
Here lived William Smith, father of English geology.
Monkton Combe.
A Fine Pair.
Monkton Combe .

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