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Anglo-Saxon map of London. Find places you know. Oddly compelling. Camberwelle. Brixges Stane. Padintune.
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Mr H Mar 18
Replying to @createstreets
Really interesting map is there a source or a key?
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Anne Macaulay Mar 18
when Barking was a place of influence
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London YIMBY Mar 18
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easy to forget how unnatural most of our current landscape is compared to the forests that have been cut down
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London YIMBY Mar 18
Replying to @JackO_May
perhaps there are win-win ways to improve the countryside
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John Burn-Murdoch Mar 18
❤️ Wemba Lea
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Nick Foster Mar 18
Replying to @createstreets
have you got these for any other parts of Britannia?
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Miss Jo Mar 18
this is superb!
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Morgan ❄️ Mar 18
They should put up bilingual signs. Good for tourism and locals. Some would be in of course
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createstreets Mar 18
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Avian Face-Tool❄ Mar 18
Replying to @createstreets @CeriLD
There was a place called Uuiuuich!
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Avian Face-Tool❄ Mar 18
Replying to @createstreets @CeriLD
I've just realised, that's Woolwich!
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CeriLD Mar 18
Replying to @Beakmoo @createstreets
The evolution of place names fascinates me
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Avian Face-Tool❄ Mar 18
Replying to @CeriLD @createstreets
I've just been reading in The Accidental Dictionary (Paul Anthony Jones) about how W was a double U.
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Anthony Veitch Mar 18
Replying to @createstreets
High resolution available somewhere?
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CeriLD Mar 18
Replying to @Beakmoo
It's in the word itself, yet we don't notice
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Anto1 Mar 18
not Roman era, but here is a medieval one for Liverpool
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Lynne Davies ❄️ Mar 18
Where does it come from and when was it created, please?
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Susie Symes Mar 18
is this authentic? Would be good to have actual source and where the map is today, please.
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