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All about. . . PRESTATYN BATHS.

The well-preserved remains of Prestatyn's Roman civilian bath house were discovered in March 1934 by local architect and amateur archaeologist F Gilbert Smith The bath house was built about 120 AD and extended 30 years later. It had a cold plunge-bath from a local spring fed via a timber aqueduct The floors and roof were built with tiles made by the 20th Legion at Holt, near Wrexham. Some of these tiles, stamped with the legend Leg XX VV and their symbol of a wild boar, can be seen today

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 8, 2004
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