Roman London and the Walbrook stream crossing: excavations at 1 Poultry and vicinity, City of London1 Poultry proved to be one of the most significant Roman sites ever excavated in the City of London, with an unparalleled sequence of buildings, roads and open spaces. A timber drain of AD 47/8 beneath the main road is the earliest securely dated structure yet known from Londinium, and...
Hill, Julian ; Rowsome, Peter
BookThis area, at the junction of modern Cheapside and Queen Street, lay in the western half of the Roman city and in the commercial centre of late Saxon and medieval London. The site straddled the major east–west Roman road across the city and a sequence of timber buildings fronting on...
Hill, Julian ; Woodger, Aidan