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Stoke Newington High Street - a Roman road

Categories: Romans, Transport

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Stoke Newington High Street - a Roman road

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Roman invasion

Roman invasion

The first Roman invasions of Britain took place in 55-54 BCE - Julius Caesar had two attempts. The Roman conquest was only completed in 43 BCE by Emperor Claudius.

Event, Armed Forces, Romans

1 memorial
Deus Lunus

Deus Lunus

Unusually a male lunar deity.

Person, Religion, Romans, Egypt

1 memorial
Roman girl

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...

Person, Romans

1 memorial
Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

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 Grea...

Building, Romans

1 memorial
Sulloniacae

Sulloniacae

Roman pottery, also called Sulloniacis. It is known only from an entry in the 'Antonine Itinerary', (a listing of routes and facilities in the Roman Empire). There is some doubt as to the authentic...

Place, Craft / Design, Romans

1 memorial