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New details of a buried ancient Roman town in England are being revealed for the first time using the latest technology.
The newly uncovered features include street grids, clustered public buildings such as temples and baths, the town's water supply system and possibly a large theater.
The Roman town of Venta Icenorum at Caistor St. Edmund in Norfolk, England, was initially discovered in 1928 when Royal Air Force craft snapped images of the site.
Due to the particularly dry summer that year, details of the Roman town stood out as parched lines in the barley fields.