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Gobbets of the week #21

It’s been a good week for gobbets. Here are our 10 favourite London history links this week:

1. Congratulations on Five years of London Historians! … 111 more words


London Circa 100 AD~

The Museum of London is less touristy and lies in the oldest part of the city.

Exhibits showcase the history of London from prehistoric times to the present. 97 more words


Gladiator Games in City's Guildhall Yard

8th-16th August 2015

For a week in August the cobbled yard in front of the City of London’s historic Guildhall will be looking like a scene from Game of Thrones. 206 more words

Museum Of London

Gobbets of the week #11

Here are links to the top 10 gobbets of London history that caught our eye this week:

1. Soho stories: six decades of sex, drugs and rock’n’roll. 76 more words


Sheltered Spitalfields and Covered City Walk

This walking tour has been devised specifically as a walk that can be done in cold or wet weather because it’s so sheltered. You walk through three interesting, very different markets, two of which are under cover. 130 more words

Londinium loses its monopoly on power

The history books have a very precise date for the end of Roman Britain. In 410AD the superpower refused a request from the British for military aid and Britain ceased to be a Roman province. 734 more words

Changing London

City Hole. Crossrail Archaeology.

Our visit in perfect weather to the Crossrail archaeology site at Liverpool Street yesterday. It’s just north of the old London wall at Moorfields, near where Bedlam #2 was sited, making it London suburbia in ancient and medieval times. 293 more words