Reference numberCLP/16/27
TitlePaper, 'A transcript of a letter of enquiry to [...] three roomes found lately in the ruines of Ariconium or Kenchester walls [Herefordshire, England]' by unknown author
DescriptionThe author provides a brief description of the location of Ariconium before describing the ruins, which were possibly those of Roman baths.

Subject: Antiquities / Archaeology
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Digital imagesView item on Science in the Making
Access statusOpen
Related materialJoseph Walsh wrote to Theodore de Vaux in 1668 about this discovery with figure of furnace see EL/W3/15 and EL/W3/16
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