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Bignor Roman Villa mosaic
Bignor, West Sussex, England
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Bignor Roman Villa is one of the most enjoyable and best preserved Roman sites in England. The villa dates from the 1st to the 3rd centuries AD and features a superb collection of mosaics, like the example seen here. Perhaps not so well known or as heavily visited as nearby Fishbourne Roman Palace, Bignor is at least as interesting due to its rural atmosphere and peaceful ambience. A top notch Roman site and well worth visiting.

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