Archeologists have uncovered the remains of a huge Roman temple during a dig in Maryport.
It is the latest in a long line of amazing discoveries to be unearthered at the site.
The team from Newcastle University, who are being helped by local volunteers, have even been given a helping hand by a fallen wall.
Hannah McNulty explains why:
A different team will also start excavating another part of the field next month to uncover a Roman civilian settlement. They're looking for volunteers to help with the dig. Anyone interested should contact the Hadrian's Wall Trust by clicking here
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