In 1999 archaeologists dug a site at 168 Fenchurch Street. They found lots
of evidence building work between AD50 - 60. That's the time when the
Romans were creating the first Londinium.
On top of this was a layer about 80 cm deep. There was burnt brick with
black cinders and ashes on top. This was evidence of a brick building
destroyed by fire. It dated from the time when Boudica's army burnt down
Londinium. There is similar evidence from other places in Londinium.
They also found evidence for new buildings. After the fire the town was
rebuilt, bigger and better than before.
There isn't much evidence of Londoners being killed during Boudica's
revolt. This suggests that most people had time to get away.