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Roman Britain map reveals the ancient roads built 2,000 years ago that you still drive on today

A FASCINATING map reveals the ancient Roman roads Britons still use every day. The 2,000-year-old highways include key routes around London, Manchester, Cardiff and Bath. The map shows some of the …

The map includes the Latin names for towns and cities across the UK, such as Londinium (Lo...

The map of the UK's Roman roads, towns and cities, was created by Mr Sasha Trubetskoy, a student studying statistics at the University of Chicago.

Much of the Roman road network in the former Britannia has been built over or has decayed. Beginning their work in 43 CE, alongside the invasion organized by the Emperor Claudius, the Romans quickly built a road network through the lands they controlled in Britain.

In today's terms, it's hard to fathom how much of the world the Romans once controlled. At its peak, the Roman Empire spanned from Hadrian's Wall in Scotland...

(2) Digital Maps of the Ancient World on Twitter: "The early inhabitants of #Yorkshire were the #Brigantes. The tribe controlled Yorkshire and most of Northern England. Isurium Brigantum (Aldborough) was the capital town of their civitas under #Roman rule. #YorkshireDay https://t.co/Za4le7uEex" / Twitter

“The early inhabitants of #Yorkshire were the #Brigantes. The tribe controlled Yorkshire and most of Northern England. Isurium Brigantum (Aldborough) was the capital town of their civitas under #Roman rule. #YorkshireDay”

~~~~~ Rome: Road Construction! ~~~~~~~ When we did the Greeks, we ended up spending half of a school year on them.  Mostly because the Greek Empire had SO MUCH to it – and we explored Philoso…

~~~~~ Chapter 28b: Road Construction! ~~~~~ When we did the Greeks, we ended up spending half of a school year on them. Mostly because the Greek Empire had SO MUCH to it – and we explored Ph…

Wikiwand - Via Appia

De Via Appia is, samen met de Via Latina , Via Flaminia en de Via Salaria , een van de belangrijkste oude Romeinse wegen. De weg liep van de hoofdstad Roma tot aan Brundisium aan de zuidoostkust van het Italiaanse schiereiland. Het oorspronkelijke traject is weliswaar op een goede Italiaanse wegenkaart nog enigszins te volgen, maar op slechts enkele plekken is de originele weg bewaard gebleven.

Roman Road to Salvation Tract

Romans road tract stands for a path for salvation. This term is commonly used for Christians as to make marks from verses in the Bible about how the spiritual way we have going though is going for one salvation by Jesus.