In a groundbreaking archaeological discovery, a remarkably intact
Roman tomb has been unearthed near London Bridge station,
revealing captivating insights into the lives of the Roman elite in ancient Britain.
The tomb, estimated to date back to the 3rd or 4th century AD, was discovered during
excavations at the Liberty of Southwark development site, close to the bustling Borough Market.
With its well-preserved walls, interior floors, and a captivating mosaic at its heart,
this find is a significant addition to London's rich historical tapestry.
The tomb is believed to have been constructed for a wealthy Roman citizen,
offering archaeologists a rare opportunity to delve into the lives and
burial practices of the elite during the Roman occupation.