Discover Roman London

Londinium was a settlement established on the current site of the City of London in AD47 (confirmed by a dendrochronological study) around a narrow point on the River Thames.

Map of Earth’s Asteroid and Meteor Impact Craters

Impact craters are caused when the planet is struck by solid objects travelling at high velocity, producing shock waves and the compression of material to form a circular crater.

Führerbunker – Hitler’s Last Bunker

The Führerbunker was a subterranean bunker complex in Berlin, Germany, that served as Hitler's final Führer Headquarters in the last months of the Second World War.

The Sunken Town of Pavlopetri

Pavlopetri, also called Paulopetri, is a submerged ancient town, located between the islet of Pavlopetri and the Pounta coast of Laconia, on the Peloponnese peninsula in southern Greece.

Exploring the Avebury Stone Circle Landscape

The area was designated part of the Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites by UNESCO in 1986, in recognition for one of the most architecturally sophisticated stone circles in the world, in addition to the rich Neolithic, and Bronze age remains found nearby, such as the West Kennet Avenue, Beckhampton Avenue, West Kennet Long Barrow, the Sanctuary, and Windmill Hill.

Exploring the Stonehenge Landscape

The Stonehenge Landscape contains over 400 ancient sites, that includes burial mounds known as barrows, Woodhenge, the Durrington Walls, the Stonehenge Cursus, the Avenue, and surrounds the monument of Stonehenge which is managed by English Heritage.

The Iron Age Tribes of Britain

The British Iron Age is a conventional name to describe the independent Iron Age cultures that inhabited the mainland and smaller islands of present-day Britain.

The Roman Conquest of Wales

The conquest of Wales began in either AD 47 or 48, following the landing of Roman forces in Britannia sent by Emperor Claudius in AD 43.

Pompeii – Interactive Map

Pompeii, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was a Roman city located in the modern comune of Pompei near Naples in the Campania region of Italy.

The Nazca Lines & Interactive Map

The Nazca Lines are a series of ancient geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert in southern Peru constructed between were created between 500 BC and 500 AD.

Ancient Egyptian Pyramids – Map

The following map represents known published pyramid locations in the public domain.

Teotihuacán – Interactive Map

Teotihuacan is an ancient Mesoamerican city located 40km from modern-day Mexico City.

The Roman Forts of Hadrian’s Wall – Interactive Map

Hadrian's Wall Map - Hadrian's Wall (Vallum Hadriani) was a defensive fortification built by the Roman Empire to separate the province of Britannia from the northern lands of Caledonia.

The Roman Empire – Interactive Map

Map of Roman Empire - The Roman Empire was the post-Roman Republic period of the ancient Roman civilization, characterized by government headed by emperors and large territorial holdings around the Mediterranean Sea in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Pyramids of the Kingdom of Kush

The Kingdom of Kush was an ancient African kingdom located in Nubia, a region along the Nile rivers encompassing the areas between what is today central Sudan and southern Egypt.

The Stonehenge Landscape – Interactive Map

The Stonehenge landscape comprises mainly of chalk grasslands, covering an area of around 2100 acres and centred on Neolithichic monument of Stonehenge.

Roman Forts & Fortlets of the Antonine Wall – Interactive Map

Antone Wall Map - Hadrian’s Wall is generally thought of as the northernmost border of the Roman Empire in Britannia, but the Romans actually pushed further north into Scotland and built another wall, the Antonine Wall.

Roman Caledonia – The Failed Invasion

Caledonia was the Latin name applied to the lands north of Roman Britannia, roughly corresponding to the territories of modern-day Scotland.

Roman Britain – Street Map

"Roman Britain - Street Map" is a mapping tool created by HeritageDaily that enables the user to view the street layouts of most major Roman settlements of the period, in addition to the main road networks. Simply zoom in on your selected city.

Fortress London – Lines of Communication

During 1642–1651, England was engulfed in a series of civil wars between the Parliamentarians ("Roundheads") and Royalists ("Cavaliers") to determine England's governance.

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