Typical London Street in Roman Times
|Caption||Typical London Street in Roman Times. Beyond one of the gates may be seen the rolling countryside now covered by the growth of Greater London. Bottom left: bronze head of the emperor Hadrian. Top right: the tomb of Classicianus erected by his wife. Original artwork for illustrations on p20 of Look and Learn issue no 760 (7 August 1976). Lent to Look and Learn for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||London Londinium street scene toga horse litter tomb emperor Hadrian soldiers Greater London architecture Roman classical Britain|
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