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Roman Road - Iceni Court Roman Road - Iceni Court

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Roman Road - Iceni Court

Erection date: 20/7/2000

Inscription

Site of the Roman road built by the Romans c. AD43
Unveiled by Chris Mullin MP 20th July 2000
Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust

Site: Roman Road - Iceni Court (1 memorial)

E3, Parnell Road, 74, Iceni Court

The plaque is on the right of the 'Iceni Court' name plaque.

The Iceni were a Brittonic tribe of eastern Britain during the Iron Age and early Roman era. Their territory was on the coast to the north-east of London but their rebellion of AD 60–61, under their queen, Boudica, could have brought them to E3.

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Roman Road - Iceni Court

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Roman road

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Tower Hamlets Housing Action Trust

Housing action trusts were non-departmental public bodies, set up to redevelo...

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Chris Mullin

Former politician and author. Member of Parliament for Sunderland South from ...

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