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Roman warehouse

Categories: Commerce, Romans

The picture source says "Near the Courage Brewery Site archaeologists found the complete wooden floor of a riverside warehouse. Nothing like this has been found anywhere else. The basement would have been cool and so it may have been used for storage of food or drink - it had a ramp at the entrance ideal for rolling barrels."

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Roman warehouse

{In a circle around the edge of the image:} Roman warehouse uncovered 20 yard...

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