The Long And Winding Road from Now Here to Now Here.
The Strangers In the Night : Dark City.
And Dark City.
Down on the Farm and Cash Cows.
The Square Mile.
From Wiki :
‘The Roman legions established a settlement known as “Londinium” on the current site of the City of London around AD 43. Its bridge over the River Thames turned the city into a road nexus and major port, serving as a major commercial centre in Roman Britain until its abandonment during the 5th century. Archaeologist Leslie Wallace notes that, because extensive archaeological excavation has not revealed any signs of a significant pre-Roman presence, “arguments for a purely Roman foundation of London are now common and uncontroversial.”
At its height, the Roman city had a population of approximately 45,000–60,000 inhabitants. Londinium was an ethnically diverse city, with inhabitants from across the Roman Empire, including natives of Britannia, continental Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa.The Romans built the London Wall some time between AD 190 and 225. The boundaries of the Roman city were similar to those of the City of London today, though the City extends further west than Londonium’s Ludgate, and the Thames was undredged and thus wider than it is today, with Londonium’s shoreline slightly north of the City’s present shoreline. The Romans built a bridge across the river, as early as AD 50, near to today’s London Bridge.’
Down the Time Lines.
The saying goes ‘The Roman Empire Never Died’ . About Time it did.
There is only one cure.