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Plaque: Roman basilica

Erection date: 1986


{Inscribed in the red marble wall:}
On this site stood the Roman basilica c.120 AD. The archaeological remains were uncovered by the Museum of London during excavations sponsored by Legal and General and English Heritage during 1986.

Site: Roman basilica (1 memorial)

EC3, Leadenhall Street, Leadenhall Court

The plaque is in the arcade to the right of our picture.  The Museum of London have a map that shows the location of this and other archaeological finds.

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Roman basilica

Information Subjects commemorated

Roman basilica and forum

The archaeological remains of these Roman administrative buildings extend und...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Roman basilica

Information Created by

Legal and General

British multinational financial services and asset management company headqua...

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Museum of London

One of their responsibilities is all the archaeology in London, run by MOLA.

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