Today's Top Story
Read about the important events that shaped Londinium in this final commemorative issue
AD61 Blazing trails
Londinium lies smouldering, totally destroyed by Queen Boudica and her Iceni tribesmen. Camulodunum and Verulamium have suffered a similar fate before the Britons were crushed by Roman legions returning from Anglesey.
As thousands die of malnutrition with crops left rotting in the fields, Londinium Lite asks: How could it have been allowed to happen?
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More military dispatches
Community vox pop
Around the home
Whether you’ve been selected for government duty or see the potential for a new start, this guide will help you settle into the new town of Londinium.
If you are on government duty, intending to bring your family and slave entourage, you are eligible to travel with the British fleet.
Read all about it!
We have selected, from our extensive newspaper archives, the key military and political news stories from the outpost of empire. Browse our final listings to see how Londinium became both a great city and a ghost town.
AROUND THE HOME
Just imagine how our lives have changed over the 400 years since Londinium's foundation. Is life better now? We have picked out a final selection from our homestyle pages to reflect how much home life has changed.
COMMUNITY VOX POP
Having the last word!
Over the centuries, many aspects of the town have exercised the views of Roman Londoners. To find out what they thought, we have included a selection in this, the final commemorative issue of Londinium Lite.
Community vox pop
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