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The London of today has its origins as the biggest city ancient city on the British islands and the capital of the roman province Britain.
The Roman established Londinium 43 AD. Because of the 43 built fortresses on the north side of the Thames, which gave a well defended connection to the sea and to the back country Londinium was also a centre of trade. One could reach from Londinium on the country way other places in Britain also very well. Already during the Roman invasion in the year 43 the place which later the city was a central starting point for the Roman.
Many cities were established. The cities which were built because of military troops became the starting point of the romanisation in Britain. Because of the soldiers also other people, for example tradespeople and salesmen, came in the country. The big forum in the centre of the city was one of the biggest constructions of its kind. Outside of the town wall was the Necropolis where just a few people live.
The town centre was from the start area around the forum as was typical for roman settlements. Most of the expensive houses were situated there, in which most of the mosaics could be found. Many large buildings, remains of important public buildings, storehouses and wharves were found at the bank of the Thames. The northern parts were not as densely populated and in later periods through the decline of population (in the third and fourth century) the area was used for arable land and gardens.
During the later decades of the 1st Century, Londinium expanded rapidly and became Britains largest city. At the beginning of the 2nd century, Londiniumhad grown to about 60,000 people and almost certainly replacedCamulodunumas the provincial capital.
Londiniums name was changed into Augusta which is a sign for the status of a colonia (planned settlement out of Rome). With a population from all corners of the Empire Londinium was a cultural hot spot. You can see this, for example, in the variable represented religions in temples.
Londinium was build 64 kilometres away from the river mouth of the Thames since the tides there made it attractive as a port and its proximit.....[read full text]
After Boudica was killed and the revolt was put down, Julius Alpinus Classicianus was made the procurator. He did not take revenge on the local population, so it was peaceful. His tombstone was discovered in 1852. It was used almost 400 years later as part of one of the hasty built bastions along the wall near the Tower of London. Around 70 AD. the colony was getting to take shape again and the first Forum and the Basilica was built.
The Romans liked their bath houses which were found in Lower Thames Street (at Huggin Hill) and Cheapside and were probably built between 70 and 90 AD. The Romans learned about Boudica’s revolt and got a better defence for the city. Until 200 BC all parts of the city were surrounded by a massive wall except of the riverside. A part of the roman city wall is placed in the London Tower.
The city wall had many gates and exits out of the city. The roman streets leaded to the main entrance which was 100-meter-wide and flanked from quadratic towers. You can still see the archaeol.....
The bath in near of Huggin Hill which is well preserved for example looked not very rich in its architecture but the Praetorium was not built conceptional and had many halls, gardens or saloons. It was a building for representational purposes. Public places, temples and households from rich people were decorated with statues. On the cemetery of the city plastics were found.
Many of the marble sculptures were produced in Italy or other places at the middle sea, they stand out because of their classic style and the high quality. Most of these were small marble sculptures. The sculptures that were produced in Londinium were unproportionable and kind of rough which was because of the stone types they used. They also found over 100 remains of mosaic floor with geometrical patterns.
The remaining pieces of wall paintings which were found in Southwark (a district of central London) and in a few other parts of the city showed plastic architecture and had many similarities with the plastic architecture in Italian at this time. This type of art had app.....
Because of the remains it could also was a bath. It was a building with a garden, water basin and a fountain. Parts of the plant layout are preserved. Mosaics were found inside which shows that the building was rich equipped. It was built in the first century, had a few reconstructions and outbuildings and was used until the year 300.
There were many temples in Londinium.
Because of the inscriptions in the temples the people today know about the time, for example when the citizens called themselves “Londoner”. They found many things like sculptures and also a cream container with cream. One of the most important founds was Mithraeum.
It is a temple in which many sculptures were. The temple was devoted to the god Mithras and found 1954 during construction work. It was built in the third century.In the north of the city was a 4,5 hectares military camp which was constructed at the beginning of the second century.
It is not sure which military troop was stationed there but these three legions were positioned there: Legio II Augusta, the Legio XX Valeria Victrix and the Legio VI Victrix.