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Temple of Mithras / London Mithraeum

Categories: Romans

The photo shows visitors at the excavation site in 1954. Alamy have another shot from above. Martins Bank and Great Wen both have photos of the temple in its Queen Victoria Street home, 1962-2011. Then it was moved back and reconstructed almost exactly where it had been found. The remains can be visited, "Haze, light and the sound of footsteps, chanting and secret whispers will transport you back to London AD 240."

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Temple of Mithras / London Mithraeum

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Hutton Panels - Romans and Mithras

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Julius Caesar

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Roman dictator, politician and general. Born Circa 100 BC. Ruled Rome in a triumvirate with Crassus and Pompey, eventually assuming sole control. Invaded Britain twice, in 55 and 54 BC. Famously as...

Person, Armed Forces, Politics & Administration, Romans, Italy

1 memorial
Roman wharf - Fish Street Hill

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Building, Romans

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London Wall

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6 memorials
Caesar's Camp

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Place, Armed Forces, Romans

2 memorials