Archaeologists at Bath Abbey have unearthed the remains of a Norman cathedral, thought to be the first ever built on the site. The foundations, which stand 3m to 4m high (9ft to 13ft), have been buried for several hundred years. Archaeologists believe that they may have also found what is left of a medieval abbot's lodgings nearby.

A series of digs are taking place which aim to discover the best way to develop the venue in the future. Bath Abbey is an active Christian church, located in the heart of the city, and was founded in 1499.

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