England is steeped in history, and it has been witness to many different civilizations for thousands of years. A country that has seen many battles over its land, it’s history has filled many books and continues to do so. There have been great historical discoveries in the country, and these have offered an insight into many diverse eras throughout time. The countries capital, London, has existed for 2000 years after being founded by the Romans, to which they named it Londinium, the capital of Britannia. London is today is known as a very important city, as well as desirable, with many people emigrating there. Key finds are still being made today and when an area in London began renovation works in a historical location, no-one could have guessed they would make such a discovery.
In many of the historical places around the world, in particular, in England, there comes a time where a renovation project will be initiated to ensure that the area can remain in all its ancient glory, but with a slight modification. There was a precise location in the London area that was no different.
A team of some of the best archaeologists was set to work and it is safe to say that they never expected to stumble across something so telling and fascinating, right there, in the middle of this popular location.
A structure, that would offer details of the city’s history, that was never known before now and one that offered an insight into a time that people had forgotten.
Captivating parts of history, that the world could now appreciate and what they found was truly extraordinary, that dated back to the 18th-century when London was a very different place to what it is today.
Expanding The City
Today, the English capital thrives with tourists and commuters, however back in the 18th century, it was extremely different as the Industrial Revolution began to take shape.
The British Empire was expanding, and London was the epicenter. Was it at this time that this outstanding structure was lost underground as they built over it?