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Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

Categories: Romans

A piling from the Roman river wall found in Fish Street Hill in 1931 is thought to date from AD 75 and to have been destroyed in the AD 120 fire that destroyed Roman London. That's the second Great Fire of London, Boudicca's being the first.

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Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

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Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

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