Time here truly becomes space…..Leadenhall Market is timeless; one of the oldest markets in London and one of my most favourite places to visit. The market dates from the 14th century and stands on what was the centre of Roman London. 46 more words
This is a reblog of one of my favorite archaeological blogs Rita Roberts Blog Buried in the Mud from AD 57; Posted 06 JUN 2,000- YEAR-OLD LETTERS REVEAL DAILY LIFE,TRADE AND DEBTS IN ROMAN LONDON Buried for almost 2,000 years, simple Roman wooden tablets are the earliest hand written documents ever found in Britain. Among more than 400 unearthed by archaeologists, they include the first known reference to London – and the first IOU. Please Enjoy!