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The governor's palace at Londinium, watercolour by Alan Sorrell via the Museum of London. "This watercolour depicts the Governor's Palace which would have been between Upper Thames Street and Cannon Street and is now Cannon Street station."

Roman ceramic ink-well, 1st-3rd centuries AD, found in Cannon Street, London. British Museum

Buckingham Palace;- Grenadier Guardsman on sentry duty outside Buckingham Palace suffers in the July 1933 heat wave.

Iron Age Round House Interior... showing the cooking hearth with a tripod for suspending a cauldron and a bread oven.... Chiltern Open Air Museum, Chalfont, Buckinghamshire, England.

Reconstruction of a Roman traveling carriage richly decorated with bronze fittings, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Silvered relief discs, so-called phalerae, Roman Military medals (worn as part of dress uniform), 1st century AD.