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Roman London, the London Wall - as noticed by sewer excavations etc

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The best way to find the original London wall in Roman London appears to be through sewer excavations, and similar excavations. These pages are based on a "Royal Commission On Historical Monuments 1834" - actually it is 1928; which is in the public domain. A section (page 83) onwards lists a number of archaeological excavations of the original London wall, and some detail and illustrations.

A mapping of the area is always good, modern day compared to pre-1900 maps from the NLS site

(1). Wardrobe Tower, Tower of London.

(2) . Bowyer Tower, Tower of London.

(3) . Trinity Place, South

(4) . Trinity Place, North.

(5) . Cooper's Row.

(6) . Southend (formerly Blackwall) Railway, South.

(7) . Southend (formerly Blackwall) Railway, North.

(8) . America Square.

(9) . Roman Wall House.

(10) . The Cass School.

(11) . Jewry Street, North end.

(12) . Duke Street.

(13) . Bevis Marks, East end.

(14) . Bevis Marks, East of Goring Street.

(15) . Bevis Marks, West of Goring Street.

(16) . Camomile Street, East.

(17) . Camomile Street, middle.

(18) . London Wall, East of All Hallows Church.

(19) . London Wall, All Hallows Church.

(20) . London Wall, All Hallows Churchyard.

(21) . London Wall, West, corner of Blomfield street.

(22) . London Wall, opposite Carpenters' Hall.

(23) . London Wall, between Throgmorton Avenue and Moor gate Street.

(24) . London Wall, Copthall Avenue.

(25) . London Wall, immediately West of Moorgate Street.

(26) . London Wall, East of Coleman Street.

(27) . Aldermanbury Postern, North East side.

(28) . St. Alphage Churchyard.

(29) . East of Aldersgate Street.

(30) . West of Aldersgate.

(31) . St. Botolph, Aldersgate churchyard, South side.

(32 - 35) . Christ’s Hospital site (A to D).

(36) . Immediately North of Newgate

(37) . Newgate Prison site.

(38) . Warwick Square, West side.

(39) . Nos. 7-10, Old Bailey.

(40) . South of Ludgate

(41) . Upper Thames Street (A).

(42) . Upper Thames street (B).

(43) . Upper Thames Street (C).

(44) . Upper Thames Street (D).

(45) . Upper Thames Street (E).

(46) . Upper Thames Street (F).

(47) . Lower Thames Street (A).

(48) . Lower Thames Street (B)

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