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English: "The Roman curse tablets from Bath Britain's earliest prayers. These tablets are inscribed on the UNESCO Memory of the World register of significant documentary heritage. They are the only documents from Roman Britain on that list. A text in British Celtic. These are the only words in British Celtic known to survive anywhere. The letters are from the Latin alphabet, but cannot be translated." From the Temple Courtyard. Roman baths, Bath, UK
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