The History of London (Illustrated) The History of London (Illustrated)

The History of London (Illustrated‪)‬

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Publisher Description

'In the year 1108 B.C., Brutus, a descendant of Æneas, who was the son of Venus, came to England with his companions, after the taking of Troy, and founded the City of Troynovant, which is now called London. After a thousand years, during which the City grew and flourished exceedingly, one Lud became its king. He built walls and towers, and, among other things, the famous gate whose name still survives in the street called Ludgate. King Lud was succeeded by his brother Cassivelaunus, in whose time happened the invasion of the Romans under Julius Cæsar. Troynovant, or London, then became a Roman city. It was newly fortified by Helena, mother of Constantine the Great.'

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2014
30 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
230
Pages
PUBLISHER
Didactic Press
SELLER
Joshua D. Cureton
SIZE
3.3
MB

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