Reprieve For City's Roman Temple -- A general view of the excavated Roman Temple on the site of the proposed block of offices, Bucklesbury House, near Cannon Street, in the City, which has been reprieved for a fortnight by an appeal from the Minister of Works, Sir David Eccles. Work on the foundations of the new offices was to have commenced yesterday, but the contractors have agreed to hold it up for a while. The discovery of the remains of the roman temple, built about 1,700 years ago, is said Stock Photo 5513-111856277 : Superstock

Reprieve For City's Roman Temple -- A general view of the excavated Roman Temple on the site of the proposed block of offices, Bucklesbury House, near Cannon Street, in the City, which has been reprieved for a fortnight by an appeal from the Minister of Works, Sir David Eccles. Work on the foundations of the new offices was to have commenced yesterday, but the contractors have agreed to hold it up for a while. The discovery of the remains of the roman temple, built about 1,700 years ago, is said

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