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Londinium Collection

"Londinium: Tracing the Rich Tapestry of London's History" Step into the Roman period with a London Map, where the ancient city comes to life

Background imageLondinium Collection: London Map / Roman Period

London Map / Roman Period
Map showing Roman London (Londinium) with its grid of straight roads

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Richmond, Richmond Theatre

Europe, England, London, Richmond, Richmond Theatre

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Hammersmith, Lyric Theatre

Europe, England, London, Hammersmith, Lyric Theatre

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Westminster Central Hall

Europe, England, London, Westminster Central Hall

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, 30 St Mary Axe

Europe, England, London, 30 St Mary Axe

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Kings Cross Station

Europe, England, London, Kings Cross Station

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Westminster Central Hall

Europe, England, London, Westminster Central Hall

Background imageLondinium Collection: Europe, England, London, Hungerford Bridge

Europe, England, London, Hungerford Bridge

Background imageLondinium Collection: What Roman London may have looked like

What Roman London may have looked like -- on the north bank of the River Thames, surrounded by a wall built by the Romans. Date: 1st century

Background imageLondinium Collection: One of Londons few remaining relics of the Roman occupation of Britain

One of Londons few remaining relics of the Roman occupation of Britain, the Roman Bastion of London Wall, in the churchyard of St. Giles church, Cripplegate. Date: 1st Century

Background imageLondinium Collection: London Map - Roman Period

London Map - Roman Period
Map showing Roman London (Londinium) with its grid of straight roads

Background imageLondinium Collection: Roman Remains Found in Billingsgate, (c1872). Creator: Unknown

Roman Remains Found in Billingsgate, (c1872). Creator: Unknown
Roman Remains Found in Billingsgate, (c1872). A Roman house and baths were discovered at Billingsgate in the City of London in 1848, while the Coal Exchange was being built on the site

Background imageLondinium Collection: The official notice of the armistice being read, Buckingham Palace, 1918 (1936)

The official notice of the armistice being read, Buckingham Palace, 1918 (1936). From His Majesty the King, 1910-1935, introduction by HW Wilson (Associated Newspapers Ltd, London, 1936)

Background imageLondinium Collection: Remains of Roman Wall near Museum of London, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon

Remains of Roman Wall near Museum of London, 20th century. Artist: CM Dixon
Remains of Roman Wall near Museum of London, 20th century. London Wall was a defensive wall first built by the Romans around Londinium, a strategically important port town on the River Thames


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"Londinium: Tracing the Rich Tapestry of London's History" Step into the Roman period with a London Map, where the ancient city comes to life. Marvel at the vibrant colors of a new kind of derby in a captivating lithograph, showcasing the evolving fashion trends. Transport yourself to 1817 as you gaze upon St. Clement Danes Church on Strand through an intricate engraving. Feel the solitude depicted in "Alone in London, " an oil painting from c. 1894 that captures the essence of urban isolation. Witness how civilization has progressed from forest to laid table in a stunning color lithograph, depicting culinary delights and societal advancements. Explore The Crystal Palace's botanical section through a mesmerizing black and white photograph from 1870, immersing yourself in Victorian-era grandeur. Admire regency era window curtains that exude elegance and sophistication while imagining life during this remarkable period. Experience Waterloo Bridge enveloped by fog in an evocative oil painting from 1903, capturing both its beauty and eerie atmosphere. Be captivated by "The Fury of a Swan, " portrayed vividly through color lithography, revealing nature's untamed power. Study head sketches derived from cartoons at Hampton Court, offering insight into artistic techniques employed during earlier times. Delve into family dynamics as you observe members of a first-class family spending quality time together at a shop in 1850 - witness their interactions and shared joy amidst bustling streets. Finally, reflect on Charles Dickens' timeless tale as Ignorance and Want are presented by ghostly apparitions to Scrooge himself - reminding us all about compassion and empathy towards our fellow human beings. Londinium encapsulates centuries worth of history within its boundaries - each hint providing glimpses into different facets that have shaped this iconic city throughout time.