Illuminating the past – Enhancing the present – Inspiring the future

Roman broochesCopper alloy Roman brooches found at Ickham, Kent. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman town wallA small part of the Roman town wall (between the red lines) has survived by later being incorporated into a medieval church wall. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust 2006.


Roman mosaicSome houses in Roman Canterbury had floors decorated with mosaics.
© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman floor at THE BIG DIGThis floor belonged to a huge Roman house found at THE BIG DIG in Canterbury in 2002.
© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman flue tileFlue tile from a Roman heating system.
© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Paw prints on tilesRoman cats and dogs left their paw prints on these tiles!
© Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman wall paintingsRoman wall paintings at Pompei. © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


Roman objects in animal boneRoman objects in animal bone found at Monkton in Thanet, Kent. Clockwise from left: Toggle fragment, pins for hair or clothes, unfinished worked piece, gaming counter, drilled tusk (?function). © Canterbury Archaeological Trust Ltd.


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