Verulamium


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Verulamium

(ˌvɛrʊˈleɪmɪəm)
n
(Placename) the Latin name of Saint Albans
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Bacon chose the name of Baron Verulam from the name of the old Roman city Verulamium which was afterwards called St.
Verulamium Park has a beautiful lake, lots of play areas and a great cafe.
Details: Higginson Park, Marlow, May 17-19; Roundhay Park, Leeds, May 31 - June 2; The Lambing Shed, Knutsford, June 7-9; Victoria Park, Bath, June 21-23; St Nicholas Park, Warwick, July 5-7; Dunorlan Park, Tunbridge Wells, July 12-14; Chiswick House, London, Sept 6-8; Verulamium Park, St Albans, Sept 13-15.
Which British city is associated with the Roman city of Verulamium? A Chester B Bath C St Albans D Manchester 9.
El mismo esquema, pero con imitaciones marmoreas, se constata en las pinturas de Verulamium (St.
(25) Having proved the power of Christianity over her Roman pagan adversaries, Winifred and Hugh, her consummate companion, are taken to Verulamium for execution, the site of Alban and Amphiabel's death in their traditional vitae.
(41) Spensers gloomy 'The Ruines of Time', which depicts the Roman city of Verulamium almost entirely overgrown with 'weedes and wastefull grass', partakes to some extent of the same mood.
And a third, from five years later, is a contract dated October 21, 62 AD, to bring "twenty loads of provisions" from Verulamium - modern day St Albans, Herts - to London.
"Verulamium: Excavations within the Roman Town 1986-88." Britannia 37: 53-188.