Tag Archives: the Roman Army

Temple Church

Walking through a tiny path to the church modelled on the Templars church of Jerusalem I found a piece of calm behind the hub of central London. The river fleet ran along side this location. London began at a convenient width of river Thames, not so narrow boats cannot pass through and not so wide […]
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A look back. No anger.

A car of the 21st century passes the oldest houses in England’s first recorded fort.  This is Colchester, where the Roman Army set up camp to begin their onslaught of Saxon England.  In the early morning the passing car does not regard these wattle and daub style tenements inspite of their bright colours. This strong […]
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