Discussing what the Roman Baths can tell us about Religious worship in the Roman world, and introducing two of the Roman Baths’ most illustrious characters – the Goddess, Sulis Minerva, and the Gorgon
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The summer torchlist evenings sound amazing. The Roman Baths are open late from 16 June to end August until 10pm (last entry 9pm). This historic site takes on a magical atmosphere once the daylight fades, the crowds disappear and the flickering torches are lit. Plus, ticket prices are reduced for evening visitors. You can find out more on the Roman Baths Museum website
Sulis Minerva shared the characteristics of the local Celtic Goddess Sulis with one of the three most important Gods in the Roman Pantheon – Minerva.
The Pediment of the temple and the Gorgon’s head