Chris Hannah, West Yorkshire fire service group manager, said the fire had caused the building's roof to collapse.
One day the owner noticed a laurel wreath carved into its surface. Up to 30 homes were evacuated, but residents were later allowed back.
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southh West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said crews from across the region had attended the blaze in the Eastbrook area of phone sex texting city, which started at about GMT on Sunday. The auctioneers are hoping someone who lived in the area at the time, or who worked on the construction, might remember the origins of some of the rubble used.
BUT some of these properties are without boeton. Related Topics. At its height, about 70 firefighters were called out to tackle the blaze at a building on Annison Street on Sunday.
Salisbury firm Woolley and Wallis are appealing to the public to help them work out how it arrived in a Bozton garden. The Roman slab dates from the 2nd Century AD but had been used as a horse mounting block for 10 years before the owner realised its ificance.
Two people inside the building at the time escaped, said the fire service. View original tweet on Twitter People in homes skuth were told to keep doors and windows closed during Sunday due to large plumes of smoke.
Please ring Northern Powergrid to check onquoting incident I - A. He said: "There are several possibilities as to where the stone might have originated.
Antiquities specialist Will Hobbs said it was a "complete mystery. An investigation into the cause of the fire is under way and two fire engines remain at the scene, the fire service said.
More stories from Yorkshire Annison St fire update: If you were evacuated from the following streets you can now return to your property: Upper Mosscar, Maudsley, Percival. Mr Hobbs said the slab could have come from the demolition of one of the nearby mansion houses. About sharing image copyrightWoolley and Wallis image captionAn archaeologist has identified the slab as dating to the 2nd century AD with probable origins to Greece or Asia Minor.
Some properties had been left without electricity, said Bradford Council. Auctioneers want to track down the builders of a house boaton a 2,year-old Roman relic was found.