'The Pompeii of the North': London's Most Important Ever Archaeological Dig Unearths Thousands of Perfectly Preserved Roman Artefacts
Experts leading the excavation have also uncovered wooden structures from the 40s AD around 40ft beneath the ground. The site is just yards from the River Thames and alongside a huge building project for new offices on Queen Victoria Street in the heart of London's financial district.
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