Its human nature to complain and many aspects of the town and its administration have exercised the opinions of its local inhabitants! We have chosen a selection of these Community Vox Pop in our final commemorative issue of Londinium Lite, to highlight the lives and views of generations of Londoners.
Many of those drawn to the new town expected the high life, but found a shanty town. See what they made of it.
Read what the escapees thought after the town's total annihilation.
See the local reaction to the destruction of the golden statue of the damned and disgraced tyrant, Nero.
Was the disruption while the forum and basilica were rebuilt worth it? Read what Londoners thought about it at the time.
Read opinions on the new glass recycling area - our slave reports from outside the amphitheatre.
Read the local pleas for better and safer inner city housing after Londinium's great fire.
Find out what some soldiers serving in Londinium and their 'wives' thought.
Do Londoners want to be imprisoned inside a security barrier? Read their views at the time the wall was built.
With Carausius declaring home rule, Londinium has become the focus of the new British Empire. Read what Londoners think of this change to a free state.
London has been returned to the empire after 10 years. Will Londoners be forced to pay the price for supporting the losing side? Read what some worried Londoners think.
As inflation hit our purses and forged coins were rife, see what Londoners thought about the perpetrators of the big scam of its day.
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