The Roman Road London Museum

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I took a visit to the British museum, which we were tasked to do. To find out information on the roman road and its area. They had a very large Roman exhibition in the London museum full of the trading roots to weapons, I asked a few of the questions on how to find it and they were not to sure. There where a few hidden pieces I found.

London became the main capital instead of Colchester and many roads intersected into what used to be called Londinium. Some of the main roads in London are still in use today. Because the Roads where so busy people started building around them and at there intersections. New Roads where being built so trading became a lot easier. This is proven because different pottery was discovered in London areas showing different trade routes.


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