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T H I S P A I N T I N G S H O W S B R I D G E S A L O N G T H E R I V E R
T H A M E S A N D T H E F A M O U S R A I N Y E ...
ROMAN EMPIRE
The Roman Empire covered all of the
area of the Mediterranean Sea,
Western Europe, and England. It
lasted fro...
CALLED “LONDINIUM” BY THE
ROMANS
Built along the Thames River.
Had a wall around it.
THE OLD ROMAN WALL
The ancient Roman wall is still visible in
downtown London today.
A ROMAN COIN
Archaeological finds in London uncover many
Roman objects every year.
ARCHAEOLOGY OF LONDON
• Every time a building is torn down, an
archaeological excavation must take place.
MANY ITEMS ARE FOUND IN THE
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIGS
DISCUSSION
• If you worked in an archaeology lab, how would
you document information for each of the finds on
the previous...
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  1. 1. T H I S P A I N T I N G S H O W S B R I D G E S A L O N G T H E R I V E R T H A M E S A N D T H E F A M O U S R A I N Y E N G L I S H W E A T H E R . ROMAN LONDON Settled by the Romans in 60 A.D. 8th Grade Geography – Mrs. Van Heck
  2. 2. ROMAN EMPIRE The Roman Empire covered all of the area of the Mediterranean Sea, Western Europe, and England. It lasted from 2000 BC to 500 AD
  3. 3. CALLED “LONDINIUM” BY THE ROMANS Built along the Thames River. Had a wall around it.
  4. 4. THE OLD ROMAN WALL The ancient Roman wall is still visible in downtown London today.
  5. 5. A ROMAN COIN Archaeological finds in London uncover many Roman objects every year.
  6. 6. ARCHAEOLOGY OF LONDON • Every time a building is torn down, an archaeological excavation must take place.
  7. 7. MANY ITEMS ARE FOUND IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIGS
  8. 8. DISCUSSION • If you worked in an archaeology lab, how would you document information for each of the finds on the previous slide. What would you call it? How would you describe it? How would you categorize it? How would you store it? How would you display it? • Group work: come up with a plan for a museum exhibit of archaeological finds from Roman London.

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