Fishbourne Roman Palace

My first impressions of Fishbourne when we visited on Tuesday 26th February was that it was going to be boring as it didn’t look like a Roman Palace.  

The Palace had been discovered in 1960. It had been owned by a Celtic King called Togidubnis and had been burnt down in a fire.

In the North wing I saw the famous mosaic ‘Cupid riding a Dolphin’ which was only missing little bits of the corners.

In the workshop I enjoyed solving a Roman puzzle.  The puzzle was hard because there wasn’t any picture.  My favourite part of the day was making an arched bridge with Imogen.

Milly Barnard

 Fishbourne Roman Palace

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