Just beside Borough Market and London Bridge Station, an incredible Roman Tomb has been discovered in an archeological excavation carried out by Museum Of London Archeology.
In Londinium, many of the fine inhabitants spend a fair chunk of time underground, using that handy service that takes us to our desired stops. A discovery yesterday () – one that lies somewhere between the rattling Tube lines and the surface of the city – is less about our journey from A to B, however, and more about (around 43-410, to be more precise).
A has been unearthed in a dig by Museum Of London Archeology (MOLA), revealing ancient mosaics that have been described by experts as “completely unique”. In February last year, a dig at the same site revealed some of the largest mosaics discovered in London for fifty years, and further excavations have found even more where that came from.