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The entire structure above the level of the pillar bases is a later reconstruction. Aquae SulisArchaeological evidence shows that the site of the Roman Baths' main spring was treated as a shrine by the Celts, and was dedicated to the goddess Sulis, whom the Romans identified with Minerva; however, the name Sulis continued to be used after the Roman invasion, leading to the town's Roman name of Aquae Sulis literally, "the waters of Sulis". Messages to her scratched onto metal, known as curse tablets, have been recovered from the Sacred Spring by archaeologists. These curse tablets were written in Latin, and usually laid curses on people by whom the writer felt they had been wronged.
For example, if a citizen had his clothes stolen at the baths, he would write a curse, naming the suspects, on a tablet to be read by the Goddess Sulis Minerva. The temple was constructed in 60—70 AD and the bathing complex was gradually built up over the next years. During the Roman occupation of Britain, and possibly on the instructions of Emperor Claudius, engineers drove oak piles into the mud to provide a stable foundation and surrounded the spring with an irregular stone chamber lined with lead. In the 2nd century, the spring was enclosed within a wooden barrel-vaulted building, which housed the calidarium hot bathtepidarium warm bathand frigidarium cold bath.
The city was given defensive walls, probably in the 3rd century. Bath may have been the site of the Battle of Mons Badonicus c. InOsric, King of the Hwicce, set up a monastic house at Bath, probably using the walled area as its precinct. The Anglo-Saxon poem known as The Ruin may describe the appearance of the Roman site about this time. King Offa of Mercia gained control of this monastery in and rebuilt the church, which was dedicated to St. By the 9th century the old Roman street pattern had been lost and Bath had become a royal possession, with King Alfred laying out the town afresh, leaving its south-eastern quadrant as the abbey precinct.
Edgar of England was crowned king of England in Bath Abbey in It was papal policy for bishops to move to more urban seats, and he translated his own from Wells to Bath. He planned and began a much larger church as his cathedral, to which was attached a priory, with the bishop's palace beside it. New baths were built around the three springs. However, later bishops returned the episcopal seat to Wells, while retaining the name of Bath in their title as the Bishop of Bath and Wells.
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Much of the creamy gold Bath stone which was used for construction throughout the city, was obtained from the limestone Combe Down and Bathampton Down Mines, which were owned by Ralph Allen — Allen, in order to advertise the quality of his quarried limestone, commissioned the elder John Wood to build him a country house on his Prior Park estate between the city and the mines. He was also responsible for improving and expanding the postal service in western England, for which he held the contract for over forty years. Though not fond of politics, Allen was a civic-minded man, and served as a member of the Bath Corporation for many years.
He was elected Mayor of the city for a single term, inat age The early 18th century saw Bath acquire its first purpose-built theatre, the Theatre Royal, along with the pump room attached to the Roman Baths and assembly rooms. Master of Ceremonies Beau Nash, who presided over the city's social life from until his death indrew up a code of behaviour for public entertainments. Late modern The population of the city had reached 40, by the time of the census, making it one of the largest cities in Britain. William Thomas Beckford bought a house in Lansdown Crescent ineventually buying a further two houses in the crescent to form his residence.
Having acquired all the land between his home and the top of Lansdown Hill, he created a garden over half a mile in length and built Beckford's Tower at the top. Over people were killed, and more than 19, buildings were damaged or destroyed.
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The coat of arms includes two silver strips, which represent the River Avon ses the hot springs. The sword fof St. Slutw is a link to Bath Abbey. The supporters, hwerton lion and a bear, sec on a bed of acorns, a link to Bladud, the subject of the Legend of Bath. The knight's helmet indicates a municipality and the crown is that of King Edgar. His election was a notable result of the general election, as Chris Patten, the previous Member and a Cabinet Minister played a major part, as Chairman of the Conservative Party, in getting the government of John Major re-elected, but failed to defend his marginal seat in Bath.
Don Foster has been re-elected as the MP for Bath in every election since. His majority was significantly reduced from over 9, in both the and general elections to 4, in The city also has a long-standing musical tradition; Bath Abbey is home to the Klais Organ and is the largest concert venue in the city, with about 20 concerts and 26 organ recitals each year. Another important concert venue is the Forum, a 1,seat art deco building which originated as a cinema. The Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution, now in Queen Square, and founded in on the base of a Society for the encouragement of Agriculture, Planting, Manufactures, Commerce and the Fine Arts, has an important collection and holds a programme of talks and discussions During the 18th century Thomas Gainsborough and Sir Thomas Lawrence lived and worked in Bath.
John Maggs, a painter best known for his coaching scenes, was born and lived in Bath with his artistic family. William Friese-Greene began experimenting with celluloid and motion pictures in his studio in Bath in the s, developing some of the earliest movie camera technology there. He is credited as the inventor of cinematography. Jane Austen lived in the city from with her father, mother and sister Cassandra, and the family resided in the city at four successive addresses until However, Jane Austen never liked the city, and wrote to her sister Cassandra, "It will be two years tomorrow since we left Bath for Clifton, with what happy feelings of escape.
Austen's later Northanger Abbey and Persuasion are largely set in the city and feature descriptions of taking the waters, social life, and music recitals. Taking the waters is also described in Charles Dickens' novel The Pickwick Papers in which Pickwick's servant, Sam Weller, comments that the water has "a very strong flavour o' warm flat irons", while the Royal Crescent is the venue for a chase between two of the characters, Dowler and Winkle.