Person    | Female  Born 350  Died 2007

Roman girl

Categories: Romans

Roman girl

Buried "just outside an early boundary ditch marking the edge of the Roman city" sometime 350-400 AD, dug up in 1995 after the Baltic Exchange bomb and reburied, with ceremony, in 2007. No picture available.

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Roman girl

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Roman girl

Prior to every development in Central London MOLA gets the opportunity for ar...

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Roman road

Roman road

There are 7 "Roman Road"s in the London A-Z, plus various "Roman Way"s, etc. And many more current roads are on routes originally created by the Romans. 2020: Diamond Geezer reported on the Bow Ro...

Place, Romans, Transport

3 memorials
Caesar's Camp

Caesar's Camp

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

2 memorials
London Wall

London Wall

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

6 memorials
Emperor Trajan

Emperor Trajan

Imperator Caesar Nerva Trajanus Augustus.  Born Spain.  Roman Emperor AD 98 - 117.  His ashes are buried under Trajan's Column in Rome.  Succeeded by Hadrian who built the wall that Trajan had prop...

Person, Politics & Administration, Romans, Italy, Spain

1 memorial