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This Roman road ran from London to Lincoln, and was built immediately after the Roman invasion of 43AD
The road probably followed pre-existing trackways
The same name is used for the road from Silchester to Cirencester and Gloucester
30 November, 1554
Sir Philip Sidney born
Sidney (d. 1586) was a poet, soldier, and courtier, and one of the most famous and admired men of Elizabethan England. He was killed at the Battle of Zutphen, Netherlands.
This king was the first Plantagent to be buried in England
His father and brother were buried at Fontevraulx Abbey, in France
He was buried at Worcester Cathedral