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Roman Verulamium was the third largest city in Roman Britain. It was in St Albans in Hertfordshire. It is now known as a park and agricultural land. The city had a theatre and many other leisure places such as the forum and shops. In this coursework i am going to find out whether, "Roman Verulamium was a carefully planned and prosperous city. It was almost certainly an important economic and administrative centre."
At Roman Verulamium I saw ditches, remains of walls which were made from brick, concrete and flint and the foundation of where the gates to the city used to be. There was a defensive ditch was dug up and the Earth was used to make the Earth bank behind the city wall to support it even more. This shows me that Verulamium was near about well planned. There were two towers and four entrances in between. Two of the entrances were narrow, and the other two were broad. The broad entrances may have been used for carts, carriages, horses and imports, and maybe the narrow for pedestrians. This shows us that the traffic getting in and out of the town may have
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