Unique Roman remains were discovered at a construction site in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England.
The building complex includes a circular central room and lounges, as well as a bathroom. No building with a similar design has been found in Britain, according to the Historic Monuments Authority in England on Wednesday, and no similar building is known in other parts of the former Roman Empire.
“Perhaps the edifice was the stately dwelling of Lourdes, perhaps an institution for worship purposes, or perhaps a combination of the two. The villa might be a wealthy man converted later for religious purposes.” Supervisor Keith Emrick said.
The specialist called the unparalleled complex, which was found during the construction of a residential area, a wonderful find. “It looks like it’s a religious building, kind of a men’s club, that also has a bathroom. Anyway, we’re dealing with a very interesting hybrid building.” – Tell.
In order to make the unusual discovery possible for a visit at a later time, the real estate developer changed plans and the Roman remains were not built with residential homes, but rather was left as a public space.