Britain's Pompeii - The Roman town of Wroxeter
Visitors to the ruins of Wroxeter in the heart of Shropshire are surprised to hear archaeologists compare it to Pompeii - the Roman town famously buried in the ashes of Mount Vesuvius. But the analogy is real. Both towns were a similar size and neither was destroyed by later development. So each provides a fascinating window into Roman town life.
For decades Dr Roger White of the University of Birmingham has revealed the secrets of Wroxeter and the people who lived there.
Keywords: Romans, Dr Roger White, Wroxeter, Pompeii
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