A bath belonging to one of the richest Romans in Chichester has been unearthed in a park.
The artefact, which dates back to the 3rd or 4th century AD, was found near Priory Park where three Roman buildings had already been discovered.
It's thought the bath belonged to a wealthy family due to its location.
Local residents have been given the opportunity to see the remains up close during a dig this week exploring the area in more detail.
Priory Park is located in the centre of Chichester and was given to the people of the city by the Duke of Richmond as a World War 1 memorial.
2018 will mark the centenary of the park and of the First World War.
The remains will not be kept on permanent display but returned to their current state when the work is completed.
Information will be provided on a long-term basis for people who are interested in the history of the park.
Watch the full report by Sally Simmonds below.
Sally spoke to Archaeologist James Kenny and Cllr Susan Taylor from Chichester District Council, Con.