Iron-age fort, established circa 250 BC. Although Roman artefacts have been found at the site, any connection with Caesar (Julius or otherwise) is purely fanciful. Nothing tangible of the fort rema...
Place, Armed Forces, Romans
This Alan Eisen flickr page will take you on a walk of the Wall, showing many of the blue-bordered plaques. The Museum of London created a 2 mile long London Wall Walk in 1983, marked with 23 love...
Building, London Wall, Romans
Building, Romans, Sport / Games
The archaeological remains of these Roman administrative buildings extend under Leadenhall Market and were uncovered during excavations in 1986. The brick pier in our photo is in the basement of 90...
Building, Politics & Administration, Romans
There is little evidence to support the existence of this camp. So, rather cheekily, we've categorised it as "Fictional".
Place, Romans, Fictional
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Started: 29/3/1778, 242 years ago
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