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by Omer Roucoux

  • ISBN: 0950840629
  • Category: History
  • Author: Omer Roucoux
  • Subcategory: Europe
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dunstable Museum Trust Ltd (June 1984)
  • Pages: 94 pages
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For the book, see Watling Street (book). Roucoux, O. (1984), The Roman Watling Street: from London to High Cross, Dunstable Museum Trust, ISBN 508406-2-9.

For the book, see Watling Street (book). For the racehorse, see Watling Street (horse). For the football ground, see Watling Street (Dartford). In the early 19th century, the course between London and the Channel was paved and became known as the Great Dover Road: today, the route from Dover to London forms part of the A2 road. The route from London to Wroxeter forms much of the A5 road.

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Watling Street is the name given to an ancient trackway in England and Wales that was first used by the Britons mainly . O. Roucoux, The Roman Watling Street: from London to High Cross, Dunstable Museum Trust, 1984, ISBN 508406-2-9.

Watling Street is the name given to an ancient trackway in England and Wales that was first used by the Britons mainly between the modern cities of Canterbury and St Albans. The Romans later paved the route, part of which is identified on the Antonine Itinerary as Iter III: "Item a Londinio ad portum Dubris" – from London to the port of Dover. Its route is now covered by the A2 road from Dover to London, and the A5 road from London to Wroxeter. The name derives from the Old English Wæcelinga Stræt.

Further reading: O. Roucoux, The Roman Watling Street: from London to High Cross, Dunstable Museum Trust, 1984; pp. 62–63. The Book of Additions (Liber Additamentorum), British Library Cotton MS Nero D I, fol. date QS:P,+1250-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902. 187v. Matthew Paris (1200–1259).

Watling Street, Roman road in England that ran from Dover west-northwest to London and thence northwest via St. Albans (Verulamium) to Wroxeter (Ouirokónion, or Viroconium)

Watling Street, Roman road in England that ran from Dover west-northwest to London and thence northwest via St. Albans (Verulamium) to Wroxeter (Ouirokónion, or Viroconium). It was one of Britain’s greatest arterial roads of the Roman and post-Roman periods. Thank you for your feedback.

O. Roucoux, "The Roman Watling Street: from London to High Cross", Dunstable Museum Trust, 1984, ISBN 508406-2-9. Watling Street - Watling Street a long Roman road that started in Dover in the southeast of England, passed through London, and then went northwest to end near the modern town of Shrewsbur. ictionary of contemporary English. watling-street - n. Verlam street.



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