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St. Paul's underground station, London (exit 2)
Guided by Kevin
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There are legends that London was founded in the Bronze Age. Historians wrote about a thriving Celtic city followed by a Roman city which began with the building of a military bridge shortly after the invasion led by the Emperor Claudius in 43 AD. It survived till the Romans left in the early 5th-century and London entered a “Dark Age” which only ended with the building of St Paul’s cathedral in 604 AD. The Saxon city began a continuous history as yet uninterrupted.
This traditional story was challenged by archaeologists in the 20th- and 21st-century. This walk – guided by a former Museum of London archaeologist – will investigate their discoveries. It’s a tale – and trail – of Roman forts, amphitheatres, temples, roads, houses and burials. And their Saxon successors. All of which we visit and look at through the eyes of a top flight professional archaeologist.