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    LONDON: ROMAN TEMPLE UNEARTHED:


    ( 2014 NOTE - The temple of Mithras excavation remains was later moved from Walbrook to Temple court, Queen Victoria Street, London for public display but are awaiting
    new location. )

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    GAUMONT BRITISH NEWS - CAPTION
    LONDON -ROMAN TEMPLE UNEARTHED


    ECCLES DAVID ETHON (Minister of Works) A visitor to the Roman Temple unearthed near the Mansion House Lord 1954 being shown round by Mr W.F. Grimes Dir. of the Excavations.

    HEAD. (human) Shot of The Pagan God "Mithras " (marble head) unearth hed in ruins of ancient Roman Temple nr. Mansion House London 1954

    LONDON Near the Mansion House, an ancient Roman Temple unearthed. A visit or was Sir David Eccles, M/o/Works, & was shown over the site by Mr W.F.Grimes Dir. of the London Museum i/c excavations.

    MITHRAS, (Roman Temple) Roman temple unearthed nr. Mansion House... Sir David Eccles was shown over site by Mr W. F. Grimes the Director of London Museum....(1954).

    ROMAN TEMPLES. Unearthed near Mansion House....Mr. W.F. Grime Director of the London Museum showed Sir David Eccles over the site the year 1954.....Mithras

    TEMPLES A Roman... unearthed dating back to 2nd Century A.D. near the Mansion House London...shots of ruin etc.

    History and Archaeology
    Background: LONDON: ROMAN TEMPLE UNEARTHED:

    ( 2014 NOTE - The temple of Mithras excavation remains was later moved from Walbrook to Temple court, Queen Victoria Street, London for public display but are awaiting
    new location. )

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    Film ID:
    VLVABX7DCAKZHO17PQ80XFA82B4HG
    Media URN:
    VLVABX7DCAKZHO17PQ80XFA82B4HG
    Group:
    Reuters - Gaumont British Newsreel
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    23/09/1954
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:01:04:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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