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Abchurch Lane, pp. 106, 125.

Adelfius, Bishop of Colonia Londinensium, p. 5.

Administration, Roman, pp. 1, 33, 57, 60–2.

Aedui, Gaulish tribe of the, p. 26.

Aelius Caesar, coins of, see under Coins.

Aeruli, tribe of the, p. 5.

Aesica, Roman fort of, p. 60.

Africa, Colonies founded by Septimius Severus in, p. 58.

Agrippa, coins of, see under Coins.

Aislingen, Roman fort of, pp. 24, 181.

Aisne, potters of the, p. 21.

Akeman St., see section The Roman roads outside the walls, p. 49 et seq.

Albinus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Albion, Island Of, Britain alluded to as, p. 3.

Aldborough, Yorkshire (Roman town of), wall, p. 76.

Aldermanbury, p. 121.

" Postern, pp. 90, 97.

Aldersgate St., and neighbourhood, pp. 35, 72, 91, 145.

Aldgate, and neighbourhood, pp. 14, 55, 85, 97, 157.

Alemanni, German tribe of the, p. 5.

Alexander Severus, see Severus, Alexander.

Alexandria, p. 3.

Alie Street, Whitechapel, Great and Little, p. 159.

All Hallows Church and Churchyard, pp. 80–1, 86, 94, 103.

Allectus, Emperor, pp. 1, 3, 4, 33, 61, 187; see also under Coins.

Altars, pp. 56 (to Augustus); 43, 120, 177 (to Diana).

America Square, pp. 75, 85, 94, 99

Ammianus Marcellinus, Historian, pp. 1, 5, 34, 59, 60.

Amphitheatre, Southwark, p. 43.

Androgeus, son of Lud, p. 8.

Andronicus II, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Anencletus, p. 59.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, London mentioned in, under the year 457, p. 62.

Anonymus Ravennas, see Ravennas, Anonymus.

Antonine Itinerary, pp. 1, 3, 33.

Antoninus Pius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Aosta, city of, p. 82.

Apollo, temple to, pp. 9, 43.

Aqueducts, see Drains and Drainage.

Aquileia, city of, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Arae Flaviae, Roman Station of (now Rottweil), pp. 57, 183.

Arcadius, Emperor, p. 82; see also under Coins.

Architectural Materials re-used, pp. 80–2, 92–3, 99, 100.

" Remains, pp. 34–45.

Areas of Romano-British and Gallic towns, pp. 35, 78.

Arelate, see Arles.

Arezzo, see Arretium.

Aries (Arelate), pp. 4, 34 (Council of); pp. 77–8, 81; coins from mint of, p. 190.

Arras, city of, medallion found at Beaurains near, pp. 33, 188.

Arretine Ware, see Pottery of Italic origin.

Arretium (now Italian Town of Arezzo), pp. 24, 179–80.

Arrian, Hadrian's legate of Cappadocia, quotation from letter of, p. 44.

Arthur, King, p. 63.

" Street, pp. 134, 143.

Asclepiodotus, Military Colleague of Constantius Chlorus, pp. 16, 33.

Attacotti, tribe of the, p. 6.

Attis-Cybele cult, pp. 43,194.

Augulus, Romano-British Bishop of London, p. 34.

Augusta, London known as, pp. 6, 7, 34, 59, 60, 73, 188.

Augustine, St., pp. 60, 67.

Augustus, Emperor, pp. 24,27, 56, 58; see also under Coins.

Aulus Plautius, Roman Army of Invasion under, in the year 43, p. 2.

Aurelius, Marcus, Emperor, see Marcus Aurelius.

" Victor, Historian, p. 33.

Authorities, Classical, p. 1.

" Post-Classical, p. 7.

Autun, pp. 35, 77–8.

Auxerre, p. 77.

Avenches, city of, pp. 35, 77–8.

Aylesford, pp. 23, 154.

Bacchante, pp. 45, 108, 117.

Bacchus, pp. 45, 127.

Ball Court, p. 116.

Balmuildy, p. 154.

Baltic House, potters' stamps found on site of, p. 186.

Bank of England, site of, and neighbourhood, pp. 15, 16, 22, 46, 106, 155, 176.

" " Australia, Union, site of, p. 115.

" Station, p. 155.

Barnes, objects found at or near, p. 194.

Bartholomew Lane, and neighbourhood, pp. 107, 144.

Basilica, The London, pp. 35–42, 48, 110, 115, 121, 127.

" in other British Towns, p. 42.

Basing Lane, pp. 111, 177.

Bastion House, Windsor Court, Aldersgate, site of, pp. 82, 104.

Bastions of the Town Wall, see Special Section, pp. 99–106; also pp. 69, 75, 79, 80–2.

Batavi, tribe of the, pp. 5, 6, 26.

Baths and Bath-Buildings, remains of, pp. 43–4, 111, 132, 134, 142, 144, 147.

Battersea, p. 169.

Battle Bridge, p. 172.

Bayswater Road, p. 53.

Bear Garden, Southwark, p. 43.

Beaurains, near Arras, medallion found at, pp. 33, 188.

Beauvais, p. 78.

Beddington, early Saxon Cemetery at, p. 65.

Bell Alley, see Copthall Avenue.

Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street, p. 121.

Berkshire, pp. 64–5.

Bermondsey, p. 12.

Bethlehem Hospital, p. 89.

Bethnal Green, pp. 55, 164.

Bevis Marks, pp. 85 (structural remains); 100 (bastion); 139.

Billingsgate, pp. 46, 107, 193.

Billiter Street, p. 118.

Birchin Lane, pp. 107, 116, 119, 128, 189.

Birkbeck Bank, site of, p. 165.

Bishops, British, pp. 1, 4, 34.

Bishopsgate, and neighbourhood, pp. 14, 27, 31, 35, 48, 55, 76, 86, 97, 99, 111, 116, 159, 173.

" Within, pp. 107–8.

Bishopsgate Without, pp. 145, 159.

Bitterne, p. 33.

Blackfriars, pp. 11, 92, 173.

Blackheath, pp. 150, 169.

Blackwall Railway, see Southend Railway.

Blomfield Street, pp. 18, 43, 87–9, 145, 161.

Bloomsbury, p. 190.

Bond Court, sculptured fragment found near, p. 46.

Bond Street, Old, see Old Bond Street.

Bonus Eventus or Genius, headless figure of, p. 46.

Bordeaux, pp. 60 (inscription), 77.

Borough High Street, Southwark, and neighbourhood, pp. 148, 150, 167, 190.

Botolph Lane, pp. 134, 176, 193.

Botolph's Wharf, pp. 47, 107, 143, 192–4.

Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni, and the Boudiccan Revolt, pp. 1, 16, 32, 35, 42, 44, 47, 51, 57, 76, 79, 186.

Boulogne, Roman town and fort of, pp. 3, 5, 6, 33.

Bow, p. 164.

" Bridge, p. 55.

" Church, see St. Mary-le-Bow.

" Lane, pp. 30, 155.

Bowyer Tower, see Tower of London.

Bradwell, Roman fort of, p. 74.

Brass objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Bread Street, pp. 111, 113.

" " Hill, p. 108.

Brecon Gaer, Roman fort of, p. 154.

Bregenz, pp. 183, 185.

Brentford, p. 53.

Bretun, John de, warden of the city, A.D. 1297, p. 193.

Bricks or tiles, stamped, see Stamped bricks or tiles.

Bridge Street, p. 14.

Bridges, Roman, of London, pp. 19, 42, 47–8, 50–1, 94, 98, 107, 114, 136; see also Appendix V. "Notes on the site of the Roman Bridge at London," pp. 192–4.

Britannia Prima, Province of, p. 61.

" Secunda, Province of, p. 61.

Broad Street, New, pp. 94, 161.

" " Old, pp 45, 108, 155.

Brock, E. P. Loftus, p. 10.

Bronze Age, pp. 12, 20.

" Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Brute, p. 8.

Bucklersbury, pp. 48, 79, 109.

Budge Row, pp. 110, 141, 170.

Buildings, private (dwelling-houses, shops, stores, workshops), pp. 44–5.

Buntingford, Hertfordshire, p. 55.

Burials, see Appendix I, pp. 153–169:— (Burials within the compass of the Roman Town Wall, pp. 153–5; Burials without, but close to the Town Wall, pp 157–163; Burials more remote, within the London District, pp. 163–169);
-, see also pp. 12, 15, 28–32, 35, 49, 50, 52–3, 55–6, 65 (Saxon burials), 76, 79, 87, 99, 111, 121, 135, 137, 139, 140, 145.

Bury, J. B., p. 7

Burwood Place, p. 54.

Bush Lane and Little Bush Lane, pp. 48, 93, 110, 111, 143.

Busts, see Statues.

Butcher Hall Lane, see King Edward Street.

Byzantine Emperors, coins of, see under Coins.

Byzantium, Stephen of, see Stephen of Byzantium.

Caerleon-on-Usk, pp. 5, 60–1, 173.

Caerwent, Monmouthshire, pp. 30, 42, 58, 72, 77, 81–2.

Caesar, Aelius, see Aelius Caesar.

" Constantius Chlorus, see Constantius Chlorus.

" Julius, see Julius Caesar.

Caistor, Lincolnshire, p. 81.

Caistor-by-Norwich, p. 81.

Caligula, Emperor, pp. 24, 180.

Calleva Atrebatum, see Silchester.

Camberwell, p. 11.

" Marshes, p. 56.

Cambrai, p. 65.

Cambrensis Giraldus, see Giraldus Cambrensis.

Camden, William, p. 9.

Camden Gardens, (replaced by Corfield Street), p. 164.

Camomile Street, pp. 45–6, 75, 80–1, 86, 100, 111, 139, 153, 174.

Camulodunum, see Colchester.

Cannon Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 16,43,48, 110–13, 125, 135, 155, 170, 177.

" " Station, pp. 11, 93, 110, 112.

Canterbury (Daruernum or Durovernum), pp. 3, 10, 33.

Cantii, tribe of the, p. 3.

Cantons or Civitates, p. 58.

Cappadocia, Arrian, legate of, p. 44.

Caracalla, Emperor, p. 73; see also under Coins.

Carausius, Emperor, pp. 33, 187; see also under Coins.

Carinus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Carlisle, p. 183.

Carpenters' Buildings, pp. 87–8.

Carpenters' Company Hall, site of, and near-by, pp. 88–9, 190.

Carter Lane, pp. 69, 113.

Carvings, Stone, see Sculpture.

Casincg Street, see Watling Street.

Cass School, pp. 85, 100.

Cassibelan (Cassibclaunus), pp. 8, 20.

Cassius Dio, pp. 1, 2, 19.

Castle Street, see Goring Street.

Castle Street, Southwark, p. 148.

Cateaton Street, formerly, see Gresham Street.

Causeways, pp. 49, 56, 139, 143.

Celtic Bronze Coin, see under Coins.

Celtic Pile-Dwellings, pp. 19, 20.

Cemeteries, see Burials.

Chapel Court, Poultry, p. 136.

Charing Cross Hospital, p. 165.

Charlton, p. 150.

Charon, representation of, p. 140.

Cheapside, pp. 49, 113, 123, 153-4, 185, 190.

Chequers Court, formerly, p. 110.

Chester, pp. 30, 49, 60–1, 81.

Chichester, see Regnum.

Chlorus, Constantius, see Constantius Chlorus.

Christianity, and evidences of, pp. 1, 4, 7, 34, 43, 67.

Christ's Hospital (now part of General Post Office), pp. 72, 75, 80–1, 91, 94 (ditch), 104 (bastion), 163 (burials), 190 (coins).

Chroniclers, mediæval, see Authorities, Post-Classical.

Church Lane, Whitechapel, p. 172.

Churches, Saxon, p. 50.

Cirencester, pp. 33, 35, 42, 50, 61.

Cists, see Burials.

City of London School, Honey Lane, p. 122.

Civilis, revolt of, p. 26.

Civitates, see Cantons.

Clapton, Lower, pp. 11, 56, 164, 173, 189.

" Upper, p. 164.

Classical Authorities, see Authorities, Classical.

Claudius, Emperor, pp. 19, 24, 27, 29, 57; see also under Coins.

Claudius Gothicus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Clement's Lane, pp. 46, 113.

Clink Street, Southwark, p. 149.

Cloak Lane, pp. 113, 172.

Clothworkers' Hall, pp. 119, 134.

Coal Exchange, Lower Thames Street, pp. 44, 69, 94, 142.

Cockspur Street, pp. 53, 165.

Codex, Toulouse, see Toulouse Codex.

Coffins:
-, Wooden, pp. 31, 139, 155, 161, 163, 165.
-, Lead, pp. 73, 145, 157, 163–4, 167, 169.
-, Stone, pp. 73, 147, 159, 163–5.

Coins, identified:
-, (See also Mints and Appendix IV:—" Roman Coinage in London," pp. 187–191.)
-, Aelius Caesar: p. 189.
-, Agrippa: p. 189.
-, Albinus: p. 189.
-, Alexander Severus, see Severus, Alexander.
-, Allectus: pp. 33, 89, 135, 188–191.
-, Andronicus II: p. 190.
-, Antoninus Pius: pp. 87, 111, 128, 130, 138, 141, 142, 153, 159, 189, 190.
-, Arcadius: pp. 43, 64, 175, 190.
-, Augustus: pp. 51, 190–1.
-, Byzantine Emperors, p. '190.
-, Caesar, Aelius, see Aelius Caesar.
-, " Julius, see Julius Caesar.
-, Caracalla: p. 125.
-, Carausius: pp. 33, 141, 188, 190.
-, Carinus: p. 189.
-, Celtic Bronze Coin: p. 167.
-, Claudius: pp. 28,31,32,117, 125, 135, 139, 141, 150, 151, 154, 159, 167, 189, 190.
-, " Gothicus: pp. 77, 169, 190.
-, Commodus: pp. 135, 189, 190–1.
-, Constans: pp. 141, 191.
-, Constantine Family: p. 150–1.
-, " I the Great: pp. 164, 188–190.
-, " II: p. 190.
-, Constantius I: pp. 141, 188, 190.
-, " II: pp. 189, 190.
-, Crispus: pp. 188, 190.
-, Decentius: p. 141.
-, Diocletian: pp. 188–9, 191.
-, Domitian: pp. 30, 125, 130, 135, 138, 141, 149, 155, 190.
-, Domna, Julia, see Julia Domna.
-, Drusus: p. 51.
-, Fausta: p. 190.
-, Faustinas, The: pp. 73, 87, 135, 138, 141, 149, 189, 190
-, Galba: pp. 32, 189, 190.
-, Gallienus: pp. 56, 189.
-, Gallus, Trebonianus, see Trebonianus Gallus.
-, Gordian: p. 164.
-, Gratian: pp. 138, 161, 188.
-, Hadrian: pp. 130, 138, 189, 190.
-, Helena: pp. 188, 190.
-, Honorius: pp. 43, 64, 151, 175, 190–1, 194.
-, Jewish Coins, second revolt: p. 190.
-, Julia Augusta: p. 117.
-, " Domna: p. 190.
-, " Mammaea: p. 125.
-, Julius Caesar: pp. 164, 189, 194.
-, Justin: pp. 149, 190.
-, Licinius: pp. 188, 190.
-, Lucilla: p. 189.
-, Magnentius: pp. 141, 191.
-, Magnus Maximus: p. 188.
-, Marcus Aurelius: pp. 73, 138, 142, 189, 190.
-, Mark Antony: p. 151.
-, Maximian: pp. 188, 190.
-, Nero: pp. 58, 128, 130, 137, 142, 159, 167, 189, 190.
-, Nerva: pp. 130, 138, 141, 190.
-, Otacilia: p. 190.
-, Pertinax: p. 191.
-, Philip (The Arab): p. 191.
-, Postumus: p. 189.
-, Pupienus: p. 164.
-, Richborough, coins found at: p. 64.
-, Sabina: p. 190.
-, Salonina (wife of Gallienus): pp. 161, 189.
-, Saloninus: p. 189.
-, Septimius Severus, see Severus, Septimius.
-, Severus, Alexander: pp. 125, 189, 190–1, 194.
-, " Septimius: pp. 125, 138, 149, 190–1.
-, Tetricus: pp. 33, 77, 149, 169, 189, 190.
-, Theodosius I: p. 188.
-, Tiberius: p. 149.
-, Trajan: pp. 130, 138, 159, 189, 190–1.
-, " Decius: p. 189.
-, Trebonianus Gallus: p. 191.
-, Urbs Roma: pp. 82, 190.
-, Valens: pp. 141, 157, 188, 191.
-, Valentinian I: pp. 188, 190.
-, Valerian: pp. 189, 191.
-, Vespasian: pp. 30, 117, 125, 129, 130, 135, 138, 149, 155, 159, 165, 189, 190–1.
-, Victorinus: pp. 169, 190.
-, Vitellius: p.191.

Colchester (Camulodumim), pp. 2, 5, 10, 21–2, 24–7, 30, 33, 35, 49, 57, 59, 61–2, 72, 74, 76, 79, 181.

Colchester Road, see section "The Roman Roads outside the Walls, pp. 49 et seq.

Coleman Street and neighbourhood, pp. 16, 90, 114, 155.

College Street, Dowgate Hill, p. 114.

Cologne, pp. 35, 78, 82.

Colonies, Roman, in Britain, pp. 57–9.

Commerce, see Trade.

Commodus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Constans, Emperor, pp. 34, 59; see also under Coins.

Constantine family, coins of, see under Coins.

Constantine I the Great, Emperor, pp. 33, 59; see also under Coins.

Constantine II, coins of, see under Coins.

Constan tine's Vision of the Cross, disc-head of pin thought to represent, p. 43.

Constantinople, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Constantius I (Chlorus), Emperor, pp. 1, 3, 33, 61, 79, 187; see also under Coins.

" II, p. 188; see also under Coins.

Cooper's Row, p. 83.

Copthall Avenue (formerly Little Bell Alley), pp. 89, 115.

Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, pp. 115, 120–1, 127.

Corfield Street (formerly Camden Gardens), p. 164.

Cornhill, pp. 43, 107, 115, 119, 121.

Council of Aries, see Aries, Council of.

" Provincial, pp. 57, 59, 62, 170.

Crecganford (possibly Crayford in Kent), pp. 62, 66.

Creed Lane, see Ludgate Square.

Cremation-burials, see Burials.

Cripplegate, and neighbourhood, pp. 79, 90, 97.

Crispus, Caesar, p. 188; see also under Coins.

Crooked Lane, pp. 30, 116, 129, 155.

Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate, near site of, p. 108.

" Square, Bishopsgate, p. 116.

Crown Court, Threadneedle Street, p. 144.

Croydon, early Saxon Cemetery at, p. 65.

Crutched Friars, Northumberland Avenue, pp. 85,116,123.

Cullum Street, pp. 117–8.

Cult, Attis-Cybele, see Attis-Cybele Cult.

" see Divinity of the Emperor.

Culverts, see Drains.

Cunobelin, pp. 25–7, 181.

Cupid, figure of, p. 163.

Cure's College, Southwark Street, p. 150.

Custom House, pp. 46–7, 49, 143.

Custom House and Officers, Roman, see Portitores.

Cybele, see Attis-Cybele Cult.

Cyzicus, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Dacia, pp. 26, 181.

Dagenham, p. 13.

Dartford, p. 13.

Daruernum or Durovernum, see Canterbury.

Dead Meat and Poultry Market, Smithfield, p. 161.

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Old Kent Road, burial at, pp. 52, 167.

Decentius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Defences, The, pp. 69–99.

Deptford, pp. 12, 51–2.

Deverell Street, Kent Road, pp. 52, 148, 167.

Diana, pp. 9, 43, 140, 154, 177.

Dicalidones, tribe of the, p. 6.

Dijon, p. 78.

Dio, Cassius, see Cassius Dio.

Diocletian, Emperor, pp. 62, 77, 187; see also under Coins.

Distaff Lane, p. 111.

Ditch, The, see Special Section, pp. 94–6; also p. 72.

Divinity of the Emperor; Emperor-Worship; Imperial Cult, pp. 43, 56–9, 62, 170.

Dominicans, Convent of the, p. 69.

Domitian, Emperor, p. 24; see also under Coins.

Domna, Julia, see Julia Domna.

Dorchester, Oxfordshire, p. 65.

Dorset, p. 64.

Dover, see Dubris Portus.

Dover Street, Great, see Great Dover Street.

Dowgate Hill, pp. 14, 114, 116.

Drains and Drainage, Aqueducts, Culverts, etc., pp. 15–8, 48–9, 87–9, 97, 109, 113, 125, 132, 134, 142–4, 147, 149.

Drobeta, town of Dacia, pp. 26, 181.

Drury Lane, p. 174.

Drusus, Caesar, coins of, see under Coins.

Dubris Portus (Dover), pp. 3, 32, 49, 50.

Dugdale, Sir William, p. 9.

Duke Street, pp. 80, 85.

Duke's Place, p. 100.

Dun Cow, Old Kent Road, burial at, pp. 52, 167.

Dunster Court, p. 134.

Dyers' Hall, College Street, Dowgate Hill, p. 114.

Ealdredesgate = Aldersgate.

East Ham, pp. 56, 164.

East India Co's Warehouses, Northumberland Alley, p. 116.

East India House, Leadenhall Street, p. 127.

Eastcheap, pp. 32, 48, 54, 116.

Eboracum, see York.

Eborius, Bishop of York, p. 5.

Edgware Road, pp. 50, 53.

Edict of Milan, p. 34.

Egypt, Granite exported from, to Rome, in classical times, p. 42.

Eltham, p. 169.

Embankment, Riverside, pp. 12, 129.

Emperor, Divinity of the, see Divinity of the Emperor.

Endell Street, p. 165.

Enfield, p. 55.

Eppillus, son of Commius, coins of, p. 181.

Erith, Kent, p. 13.

Ermine Street, see section The Roman Roads outside the Walls, p. 49 et seq; also pp. 73, 97.

Eros, p. 180.

Essex, p. 64.

Ethelred II, Charter of, to Westminster Abbey, p. 53.

Etruscan Burial-grounds, p. 29.

Eumenius, pp. 1, 3, 33.

Eutropius, p. 33.

Excise Office, Broad Street, pavement on site of old, pp. 107–8.

Farringdon Street, pp. 14, 161.

Fausta, Empress, p. 188.

Faustinae, The, Empresses, coins of, see under Coins.

Fenchurch Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 22–3, 27, 29, 31, 35, 117–9, 155 (burial), 189 (coins).

Fetter Lane, p. 189.

Finch Lane, pp. 119, 143.

Finds, Miscellaneous Recorded (lamps, forceps, statuettes, rings, sandals, keys, bells, scales, seals, knives, awls, chisels, etc.), pp. 43–6, 53, 87–9, 94, 104, 107, 113–5, 117–8, 121, 125, 127, 129, 130, 134–42, 145, 147, 149, 150, 154, 157, 161, 163, 167, 175–6, 194.
-, Brass Objects: p. 194.
-, Bronze Objects: pp. 43, 44, 46, 118, 121, 130, 136–7, 140, 154, 157, 163, 175, 194.
-, Glass Vessels, etc.: pp. 113, 117, 130, 135, 141, 147, 149, 157, 167.
-, Gold Objects: pp. 137, 161, 175.
-, Iron Objects: pp. 130, 135, 137–8, 167, 175, 194.
-, Ivory Objects: pp. 154, 163.
-, Jet Objects: pp. 157, 161.
-, Lead Objects: pp. 145, 194.
-, Leather Objects: pp. 16, 46, 130, 138, 176.
-, Marble Objects: pp. 46, 150, 194.
-, Pewter Objects: pp. 43, 175.
-, Silver Objects: pp. 43, 175, 194.
-, Terra-Cotta Objects: pp. 118, 167.

Finsbury, pp. 14–5, 20.

" Chambers, p. 89.

" Circus, pp. 18, 161.

Fire of London (1666), p. 9.

Fish Street Hill (Old), pp. 119, 143, 194.

Flavia Caesariensis, Province of, pp. 8, 61.

Fleet, River, pp. 11, 14, 32, 51.

" Lane, near, p. 106.

" Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 53, 99.

Folkestone, pottery found at, p. 22.

Ford, Old, see Old Ford.

Fords, p. 19.

Forests, Sunken, p. 13.

Forts, see "Saxon Shore" Forts.

Forum or Market Place, p. 42.

Foster Lane, p. 120.

Founders Court, Lothbury, pp. 46, 130.

Foxton, Cambridgeshire, p. 180.

Franks, tribe of the, pp. 4–6, 65–7.

Fréjus, pp. 77–8, 81.

French Protestant Church, Threadneedle Street, site of, pp. 90, 143.

Frescoes, see Plaster, painted.

Friday Street, and Little Friday Street, p. 119.

Frilford, Berkshire (Saxon site), p. 65.

Galba, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Gallembourne (Saxon name of the Walbrook), see Walbrook The.

Gallia Comata, Province of, p. 59.

" Narbonensis, Province of, p. 56.

Gallienus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Gallo-Roman Cities, pp. 35, 77–8.

Gallus, p. 16.

Garlick Hill, see Maiden Lane.

Gates, The, see Special Section, pp. 97–9.

Gaul, and the Gauls, pp. 5, 6, 24, 26, 57–8, 63–4, 66–7, 74, 77–9, 81, 179, 183, 188.

Gaulish Pottery, see Pottery.

General Post Office, Old, St. Martin le Grand, site of, pp. 21, 27–8, 35, 43–4, 154, 175–6, 186, 190.

" " " New, see Christ's Hospital.

Genius or Bonus Eventus, headless figure of, p. 46.

Geoffrey of Monmouth, pp. 8, 16, 63.

Geographical and Geological Setting, pp. 10 et seq.

George Street, p. 85.

" " Little p. 100.

Germanus, St., pp. 62–3, 65–7.

Germany and the Germans, pp. 2, 24, 34, 56, 63, 65, 67, 77.

Gibbs. Anthony Gibbs' Counting House, No. 15, Bishopsgate Street, p. 108.

Gibson, Edmund, p. 9.

Gildas, p. 63.

Giraldus Cambrensis, pp. 8, 61.

Glass Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Glass-Working, possible traces of, pp. 46, 113.

Gloucester, p. 57.

Gold Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Gold hawk Road, Hammersmith, p. 53.

Goldsmiths' Hall, Foster Lane, altar to Diana now in, pp. 120, 177.

Goodman's Fields, p. 157 (burials), 171.

Gordian, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Gordon & Co., Premises of, Bishopsgate Street, Within, p. 108.

Goring Street (formerly Castle Street), and neighbourhood, pp. 72, 80, 85, 100, 159. 174.

Gothicus, Claudius, see Claudius Gothicus, under Coins.

Gough, Richard, p. 9.

Gracochurch Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 32, 40–2 44, 115, 118, 120, 127, 129, 185–6.

Graffiti, pp. 176–7.

Gratian, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Gravel Lane, p. 100.

Gray's Inn Road, pp. 164–5.

Great Alie Street, see Alie Street.

" Dover Street, pp. 52, 167.

" Eastcheap, see Eastcheap.

" Tower Street, p. 155.

" Trinity Lane, p. 111.

Greco-Roman Sculpture, p. 46.

Greenwich, pp. 51, 151.

Gregory, Pope, p. 60.

Grenoble, p. 77.

Gresham House Court, p. 108.

" Street (formerly Maiden Lane, Lad Lane, and Cateaton Street), p. 121.

Grimmlinghausen, pp. 24, 180–1.

Grocers' Hall, Princes Street, p. 121.

Grosvenor House, Park Lane, p. 54.

Grove Street, Southwark (probably The Grove, now part of Ewer Street), pp. 167, 190.

Guildford Street, Southwark, p. 148.

Guildhall, p. 122.

Hackney Marsh, see Temple Mills.

Hadrian, Emperor, pp. 43–4, 58, 194; see also under Coins.

Hadrian's Wall, p. 60.

Half Moon Court, p. 120.

" " Passage, p. 121.

Hallelujah Victory, p. 63.

Haltem, Roman Station of, pp. 179–81.

Hammersmith, pp. 12, 53, 194.

Hampshire, pp. 22, 33, 64; see also Silchester.

Hampstead, pp. 11–2.

Harpocrates, recorded find of silver figure of, p. 194.

Harrow, p. 12.

Haverfield, F., p. 10.

Haydon Square, p. 157.

Helena, Empress, coins of, see under Coins.

Hengist, p. 62.

Hengistbury Head, Hampshire, p. 22.

Heracleia, city of, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Herculaneum, city of, p. 74.

Heruli, tribe of the, p. 6.

High Street, Southwark, see Borough High Street.

Highgate, p. 189.

Historians, see Authorities.

Hoards of Coins, chief finds of, pp. 189–90.

Hod Hill, p. 185.

Hofheim, Roman Station of, pp. 23–4, 181–5.

Holborn, pp. 35, 55, 147, 164–5.

" Circus, p. 164.

" Viaduct, p. 163.

Holiday Yard, Creed Lane, see Ludgate Square.

Honey Lane, p. 122.

Honorius, Emperor, pp. 62, 66, 82; see also under Coins.

Horncastle, p. 81.

Horsley, John, pp. 7, 8.

Horsleydown, p. 12.

Hosier Lane, Smithfield, p. 163.

Houndsditch, pp. 174–5.

Hoxton, p. 15.

Huggin Lane, Thames Street, p. 123.

" " Wood Street, p. 123.

Huns, p. 67.

Hut-Circles. (Structural Remains of Romano-British Huts at Tilbury), p. 13; see also p. 151.

Hyde Park, pp. 53, 147.

Hypocausts, pp. 44, 109, 110, 119, 121, 132, 134–6, 141–2, 148.

Iceni, tribe of the, p. 1.

Imperial Towns, Gallic, table of areas of, p. 78.

Inhumation-Burials, see Burials.

" Rite of, pp. 30, 76.

Inscriptions of Roman London, see Appendix II, pp. 170–7; see also pp. 43, 59.

" Spurious, p. 177.

Insulae, pp. 48–9.

Iron Age, Early, pp. 12, 20.

Irish, The, p. 63.

Iron Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Isis, p. 43.

Isle of Wight, see Wight, Isle of.

Islington, pp. 45, 174–5.

Italian Traders, p. 32.

" Ware, see under Pottery.

Ivory Objects, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Ivy Lane, p. 135.

Janus, head in marble, p. 150.

Jerome, St., pp. 7, 59.

Jet Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Jewish Coins, see under Coins.

Jewry, Old, see Old Jewry.

" Street, pp. 85, 100, 123.

Jocelin, of Furness, p. 8.

John Street, neighbourhood of, p. 100 (bastion).

Jovian Legion, p. 6.

Julia Augusta, Empress, coins of, see under Coins.

" Domna, " " " "

" Mammaea, " " " "

Julian, Emperor, pp. 5, 34, 60.

Julius Caesar, p 8; see also under Coins.

Justin, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Jutes, tribe of the, pp. 63, 67.

Kempe, Alfred John, p. 10.

Kensington, p. 53.

Kent, pp. 13, 61.

" Road, and Old Kent Road, pp. 52, 148, 150, 167.

Kilns, Pottery, pp. 11, 32, 46, 140.

King Edward Street (formerly Butcher Hall Lane), and neighbourhood, pp. 91, 94, 104, 123.

King Street, Cheapside, p. 123.

" " Southwark, p. 167.

King William Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 11, 29–32, 44, 48, 106, 123, 186.

Kingeston or Kingston, de, Richard, p. 193.

King's Arms Yard, Moorgate Street, p. 123.

" Head Yard, High Street, Southwark, p. 149.

Kingsland Road, p. 55.

Knight, Charles, p. 9.

Knightrider Street, pp. 108, 120, 125, 141.

Lad Lane, formerly, see Gresham Street.

Lake-Dwellings, prehistoric, p. 19.

Lambert, Frank, p. 10.

Lambeth, pp. 12, 50.

" Hill, pp. 69, 92, 125.

Lamb's Conduit Street, p. 175.

Lane-Fox, Colonel (afterwards General Pitt-Rivers), p. 10.

Laurence Pountney Lane, pp. 125, 155.

Lay-out and street-plan of the walled city, p. 47.

Le Mans, p. 78.

Lea, River, pp. 11, 15, 55–6.

Lead Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Leadenhall Market, pp. 14, 31, 35, 121, 127, 179.

" Street, pp. 45, 127, 185.

Leather Goods, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Leatherhead Downs, pp. 52–3.

Legend of the original foundation of London, p. 8.

Lemanis Portus, see Lymne.

Lethaby, Professor W. R., p. 10.

Lexden, near Colchester, p. 27.

Licinius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Lime Street, pp. 118, 128, 189, 191.

Lincoln (Lindum), Roman Colony of, pp. 3, 5, 57, 60.

Little Alie Street, see Alie Street.

" Bell Alley, see Copthall Avenue.

" Bush Lane, p. 110.

" Eastcheap, see Eastcheap.

" George Street, see George Street, Little.

" Friday Street, see Friday Street, Little.

" St. Helens, see St. Helens, Little.

" St. Thomas Apostle, see St. Thomas Apostle.

Liverpool Street, p. 159.

Livy (Liuie), p. 8.

Lloyds, Leadenhall Street, site of, p. 128.

London in A.D. 43, see Special Section, pp. 19–27.

London in A.D. 60, see Special Section, pp. 27–32.

" after A.D. 60, see Special Section, pp. 33–56.

" in the 5th century, see Special Section, pp. 62–7.

" status of Roman London, see Special Section, pp. 56–62.

" coins from mint of, see Appendix IV (1) "The Roman Mint of London," pp. 187–8, and p. 59.

" Bridge, and neighbourhood, pp. 14, 32, 42, 47, 51–2, 56, 125, 190, 194.

" " Station, pp. 116, 129, 179, 185, 189.

" Coffee House, p. 173.

" Orphan Asylum, Clapton, p. 164.

" Stone, pp. 48, 111.

" Street, p. 118.

" Wall, and neighbourhood, pp. 15–6, 19, 20, 43, 86–90, 130, 155, 173–4, 190.

Long Lane, Smithfield, p. 147.

Long Reach, p. 13.

Lot, p. 63.

Lothbury, pp. 43, 106–7, 114, 130, 176.

Love Lane, Wood Street, p. 132.

Lower Clapton, see Clapton, Lower.

" Thames Street, see Thames Street, Lower.

Lucilla, coins of, see under Coins.

Lud, King, p. 8.

Ludgate, and neighbourhood, pp. 8, 53, 55, 69, 99, 106.

" Hill, pp. 14, 173.

" Square (formerly Holiday Yard, Creed Lane), p. 132.

Lugdunum, see Lyon.

Luguvalium (Carlisle), p. 3.

Lupicinus, Roman General, pp. 5, 34, 60.

Lupus, p. 62.

Lymne or Lympne (Portus Lemanis), Roman fort of, pp. 3, 74.

Lyon (Lugdunum), city of, pp. 35, 56–9, 78, 188, 190.

Macdonald, Sir George, p. 10.

Magnentius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Magnus Maximus, Emperor, pp. 33, 59; coins of, see under Coins.

Maiden Lane, Battle Bridge, p. 172.

" " Garlick Hill, p. 132.

" " formerly, see Gresham Street.

Maitland, William, p. 9.

Malcolm, James Peller, p. 9.

Mammaea, Julia, see Julia Mammaea, under Coins.

Mansell Street, pp. 157, 159.

Mansion House, site of, pp. 14, 132.

Marble Arch, pp. 50, 53–5.

Marble Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Marcellinus, Ammianus, see Ammianus Marcellinus.

Marcian, p. 7.

Marcus Aurelius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Margidunum, Roman Town of, pottery found at, p. 22.

Marinus, p. 2.

Maritime Trade, p. 12.

Mark Antony, coins of, see under Coins.

Mark Lane, pp. 55, 132, 155.

Market, site of mediæval, p. 31.

Marne, potters of the, p. 21.

Martin, Dr. William, p. 10.

Maxima Caesariensis (Province of), p. 61.

Maximian, Emperor, pp. 77, 187; coins of, see under Coins.

Maximus, Magnus, see Magnus Maximus.

Medallion, recording triumphal entry of Constantius Chlorus into London, pp. 33, 188.

Medway Estuary and Valley, pp. 23, 66.

Merchant Taylors' Hall, neighbourhood of, p. 144.

" " School, p. 141.

Middlesex, p. 64.

Milan, Edict of, see Edict of Milan.

Miles Lane, and neighbourhood, pp. 22, 32, 46, 132, 134.

Mincing Lane, pp. 44, 117–8, 134.

Minerva, figures of, p. 167.

Minories, The, pp. 76, 157.

Mint, The, site of, p. 15.

Mint Street, Southwark, p. 149.

Mints, pp. 24 (pre-Roman at Silchester), 27, 33, 43, 59, 60, 190; see also Appendix IV, Section (1) "The Roman Mint of London," pp. 187–8.

Miscellaneous finds recorded, see Finds, Miscellaneous.

Mitcham, early Saxon Cemetery at, p. 65.

Mithras, pp. 43, 170.

Mitre Street, Southwark, p. 149.

Moesians, tribe of the, p. 5.

Mommsen, T., p. 7.

Monkwell Street, pp. 104, 186.

Monmouth, Geoffrey of, see Geoffrey of Monmouth.

Mont Beuvray, p. 180.

Montague Court, p. 145.

Monument, The, and neighbourhood of, pp. 69, 134.

Monument Street, p. 134.

Moorfields, pp. 18, 161.

Moorgate, pp. 80, 97.

" Street, pp. 89, 114, 123, 135, 161, 171.

Mortlake, p. 12.

Mosaic Pavements, see under Pavements.

Mother Goddesses, The, Sculpture representing, pp. 43, 45, 141, 170.

Municipalities, p. 58.

Nantes, p. 78.

Nantgallim, see Walbrook, The.

Narbonne, City of, p. 57.

National Safe Deposit Co's Premises, Queen Victoria Street, pp. 31, 137, 185.

Navy Pay Office, Old, see Winchester House.

Nero, Emperor, p. 27; coins of, see under Coins.

Nerva, " coins of, see under Coins.

Neuss, Roman Station of, p. 181.

New Broad Street, see Eroad Street, New.

" Cannon Street, see Cannon Street, New.

" Cross, p. 12.

" Oxford Street, see Oxford Street, New.

" Street, p. 181.

Newcastle Street, p. 163.

Newgate, and neighbourhood, pp. 49, 55, 71, 73, 75–6, 79, 82, 91–2, 98, 106, 154, 161.

Newgate Market, see Paternoster Square.

" Prison, site of, p. 96 (ditch).

" Street, pp. 154–5, 176.

Newington, site of Trinity Church, pp. 52, 167.

Newstead, p. 154.

Nicholas Lane, pp. 60, 125, 135, 170, 189.

Nicomedia, city of, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Nimes, city of, pp. 35, 77–8, 81.

Noiomagus (see Noviomagus).

Norfolk, p. 27.

Norman, Dr. Philip, p. 10.

Norman, Prior of Holy Trinity, 1108–47, p. 97.

Northumberland, pp. 64, 76.

Alley, p. 116.

Notitia Dignitatum, pp. 1, 7, 33.

Notting Hill, pp. 55, 164–5.

Noviomagus, pp. 2, 151.

Oculist's Inscription, p. 176.

Old Bailey, pp. 92 (structural remains), 163 (burial).

" Bond Street, p. 147.

" Broad Street, see Broad Street, Old.

" Ford, pp. 55, 164, 189.

" Jewry, p. 140.

" Kent Road, see Kent Road, Old.

" Street, p. 56.

Ordnance Office, Tower Hill, p. 172.

Orosius, p. 33.

Ossulston Stone, pp. 55, 147.

Otacilia, coins of, see under Coins.

Oxford Street, pp. 50, 53–6, 164.

" " New, p. 165.

" University Press, Warwick Square, premises of, p. 92.

Oxfordshire, p. 66.

" Oyster Gate," The, p. 125.

Page, William, p. 10.

Paintings, Wall, see Plaster, Painted.

Palace of Roman Governor, p. 110.

Pancras Lane, p. 135.

Paris, p. 5.

Park Lane, p. 54.

" Street, Southwark, pp. 149, 150.

Paternoster Row, pp. 31, 135, 153–4.

" Square (formerly Newgate Market), p. 135, 186.

Paulinus, Suetonius, see Suetonius Paulinus.

Pavements:
-, Mosaic: pp. 16, 45, 47, 106–9, 111, 113, 116, 118–9, 127, 135–6, 139, 141, 143, 147, 149.
-, Herringbone: pp. 55, 109, 113, 114, 121, 128.

Pedestal Urns, see Pottery.

Pelagian Heresy, pp. 62–3.

Peninsular Steam Navigation Co's. Premises, Leadenhall Street, site of, p. 127.

Perigueux, city of, p. 78.

Pertinax, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Peter of Colechurch, p. 192.

Petilius Cerealis, p. 2.

Pewter Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Philip (The Arab), Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Phœnix House, p. 32.

Piccadilly, p. 54.

Picts, tribe of the, pp. 5, 6, 34, 63, 65, 67.

Pile-Structures, pp. 16, 18–20, 35, 44, 76, 92, 98, 109, 111, 113–5, 125, 130–2, 139, 143, 192.

Pitt-Rivers, General, see Colonel Lane-Fox.

Pius, Antoninus, see Antoninus Pius, under Coins.

Plaster, Painted, pp. 45, 107, 109, 110, 111, 113, 118, 121, 127–9, 137, 139, 141, 144–5, 149, 150, 176.

Plautius, Aulus, see Aulus Plautius.

Playhouse Yard, Blackfriars, pp. 92, 173.

Pleshey, Essex, pp. 24, 180.

Plumstead, pp. 13, 169.

Pompeii, city of, p. 74.

Population and Wealth of Roman London, eastward trend of, etc., pp. 27–9, 45, 58.

Portitores, or Custom Officers, bricks marked with stamp probably of, pp. 43, 60, 176.

Post Classical Writers on Roman London, see Authorities, Post-Classical.

Post Office, see General Post Office.

Postumus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Potters and Potters' Stamps, pp. 32, 107, 114, 123, 130, 135–6, 140, 176–186.

Pottery:
-, See Special Sections:—
-,-, Pottery suggesting pre-Roman types ("coarse," pedestal), pp. 20–4.
-,-, Pottery of Italic origin (Samian, terra-sigillata, Arretine), pp. 24–7.
-,-, Pottery (other than that associated with burials) of a date prior to A.D. 60, pp. 28–9.
-,-, Burial Urns, pp. 153–169.
-,-, Terra-Sigillata, prior to A.D. 60, ((i) Italian Ware; (ii) Provincial Ware), pp. 179–86;
-,-, see also pp. 12, 16, 18, 20, 30–2, 130, 135, 137, 140, 153, 169.

Pottery-Kilns, see Kilns.

Poultry, pp. 15, 135–6.

Price, J. E., p. 10.

Prince's Street, and neighbourhood, pp. 107, 121, 136.

Private Buildings, dwelling-houses, shops, stores, workshops, see Buildings, Private.

Prospectors, possibly early Roman, p. 26.

Prosper of Aquitaine, p. 63.

Provinces, Britain broken up into, pp. 60–1.

Provincial Council, p. 44, 59.

" Ware, see Pottery.

Ptolemy, pp. 2, 33.

Pudding Lane, pp. 134, 136, 176, 193.

Pupienus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Purfleet, p. 13.

Putney, objects found at, p. 194.

Quadrant Arcade, Regent Street, p. 165.

Queen Street, and near-by, pp. 46, 111, 136, 141, 155, 190.

Queen Victoria Street, pp. 49, 108–9, 111, 123, 137, 145, 185–6.

Queenhithe, pp. 80, 92, 143.

Radcliffe Field, p. 163.

Rainham, p. 13.

Rape of the Sabines, see Sabines.

Ravennas, Anonymus or the Ravenna Geographer, pp. 1, 7.

Reader, Francis W., p. 10.

Regent Street, p. 165.

Regnum (Chichester), pp. 3, 49.

Religions, p. 43.

Religious Tract Society's Premises, Paternoster Row, p. 135.

Rennes, city of, p. 78.

Restitutus, Bishop of London, pp. 5, 34.

Richborough (Rutupiae or Ritupiae), Roman town and fort of, pp. 3, 5, 6, 23, 33, 34, 64, 66, 74, 81, 181, 183.

Roads, pp. 42, 57, 79, 116, 130, 137, 145; see also Special Section, The Roman Roads Outside the Walls, pp. 49–56.

Rochester Buildings, Leadenhall Street, site of, p. 128.

Rockholt House, p. 56.

Roman Wall House, p. 85.

Rome, pp. 42, 56, 179, 190.

Rose Street, p. 135.

Rotherhithe, p. 56.

Rottweil, see Arae Flaviae.

Royal Exchange, and neighbourhood, pp. 115, 119, 137.

Rutupiae, see Richborough.

S. Colombe, p. 35.

Sabina, coins of, see under Coins.

Sabines, Rape of the, fragment from scene representing, p. 46.

St. Albans, pp. 50, 53.

St. Alphege's Churchyard, p. 90.

St. Andrew Hubbard, Eastcheap, site of, p. 117.

St. Augustine, see Augustine, St.

St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Smithfield, pp. 161, 163.

St. Benet's, Gracechurch, site of, p. 120.

" " Place, p. 120.

St. Botolph's Churchyard, Aldersgate, pp. 91, 145.

St. Clement's Church, Cheapside, near, p. 113.

" " " King William Street, p. 125.

St. Dunstan's Hill, pp. 139, 155.

St. Gabriel's Church, Fenchurch Street, site of, p. 118.

St. George's Church, Southwark, p. 149.

" " Fields (now represented by St. George's Circus and Borough Road, Southwark), pp. 12, 52, 149, 167. 169.

" " Street, Shadwell, p. 56.

St. Germanus, see Germanus, St.

St. Giles' Churchyard, p. 104 (bastion).

St. Helens Little (now St. Helen's Place), p. 139.

St. Jerome, see Jerome, St.

St. John the Baptist, Walbrook, site of, p. 113.

St. Martin-in-the-Fields, pp. 53, 147, 165.

" " le-Grand, pp. 21, 31–2, 139, 153–4; see also General Post Office, Old.

" " Outwich, pp. 86, 144.

" " Ludgate Hill, p. 173.

St. Mary Axe, pp. 127, 139.

" " le-Bow, Cheapside, pp. 49, 113, 139.

" " Woolnoth, pp. 128, 139.

St. Matthew's, Friday Street, site of, pp. 119, 120.

St. Michael's, Cornhill, pp. 115–6.

" " Crooked Lane, pp. 117, 129, 155.

" " Gresham Street, p. 121.

St. Mildred's Court, Poultry, p. 135.

St. Olave's, Old Jewry, p. 140.

" " Seething Lane, near, p. 141.

St. Paul's Cathedral, Churchyard, and neighbourhood, pp. 11, 14, 31–2, 76, 140–1, 153–4.

St. Peter's Church, Cornhill, pp. 115–6.

St. Peter's Hill, Upper Thames Street, pp. 69, 141.

St. Saviour's, Southwark, p. 149.

St. Thomas Apostle, p. 141.

" " " Little, pp. 111, 141, 155.

St. Thomas' Hospital, Southwark, site of, p. 150.

" " Street, Southwark, p. 150.

" " Watering, Old Kent Road, p. 150.

St. Vedast's, Foster Lane, p. 120.

Salonina, Empress, wife of Gallienus, coin of, see under Coins.

Saloninus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Samian Ware, see Pottery.

Samson setting fire to the foxes' tails, relief said, to represent, p. 132.

Saracen's Head Inn, Friday Street, p. 119.

Sarcophagi, pp. 56, 148, 157, 164–5, 173.

"Saxon Shore" Forts, pp. 5, 63, 74, 79, 81–2; see also Bradwell, Dover, Lymne, Richborough.

Saxon Street, p. 55.

Saxons, The, pp. 6, 49, 50 (churches), 47, 63, 65–7, 74, 76, 155.

Scots, The, pp. 5, 6, 34, 63, 65–7.

Scots Yard, Bush Lane, p. 110.

Sculpture:
-, Stone: pp. 45–6, 81, 92–3, 100, 107, 141, 151.
-, Marble: pp. 46, 93.

Seacoal Lane, p. 163.

Seething Lane, p. 141.

Sels (Roman tile-works near Neuss), pp. 24, 180–5.

Senlis, p. 78.

Sens, p. 78.

Septimius Severus, see Severus, Septimius.

Sermon Lane, p. 141.

Sessions House, Newgate Prison, p. 92.

" " Old Bailey, p. 92.

Settlement, suggested site of first Roman, p. 12.

Severus, Alexander, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

" Septimius, Emperor, pp. 58, 60, 62; coins of, see under Coins.

Sewers, see Drains.

Seymour Street, p. 54.

Shadwell, pp. 56, 163.

Shaft Alley, Leadenhall Street, p. 127.

Sherborne Lane, p. 125.

Ship, remains of, found on site of County Hall, Westminster (1910), p. 33.

Shoe Lane, pp. 30–1, 53, 165.

Shoebury, p. 23.

Shooter's Hill, pp. 51, 151.

Shoreditch, pp. 15, 55.

Sigillata, Terra-, see under Pottery.

Silchester (Calleva Atrebatum), pp. 22–6, 35, 42, 49, 53, 58, 72, 180–1, 185.

Silures, tribe of the, p. 3.

Silver Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Siscia, city of, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Sise Lane, Budge Row, p. 141.

Site of Roman London, topography of, p. 14.

Skeleton, with 2nd brass coin between teeth, found (1839), in a grave in Bow Lane, pp. 30, 155.

Skulls, finds Of, unaccompanied by other bones, p. 15.

Sloane, Sir Hans, p. 147.

Smith, Charles Roach, p. 10.

" Reginald A., p. 10.

Smithfield, pp. 14, 35, 55, 76, 147, 161, 163.

Snow Hill, p. 14.

Somerset, p. 64.

Southampton Row, p. 165.

Southend (formerly Blackwall), Railway, pp. 72, 83.

Southwark, pp. 11–4, 23–4, 26–8, 32, 35, 43, 47, 52, 148–9 167, 169, 177, 180–1, 186, 189, 190.

" Square, p. 150.

" Street, p. 150.

Spitalfields, pp. 8, 55, 159, 164.

Spread Eagle Yard, Gracechurch Street, p. 121.

Stamped bricks or tiles, pp. 43, 59, 60, 110, 113, 130, 139, 176.

" Ingots of Silver and Pewter, pp. 43, 175.

Stamps, Potters', see Potters' Stamps.

Stane Street, see Section "The Roman Roads outside the Walls," pp. 49 et seq.

Stangate Ferry, pp. 51–2.

Status of Roman London, pp. 33, 56 et seq.

Statues, Statuettes and Busts, pp. 43–4, 46, 107, 136, 140, 151, 194.

Stephen of Byzantium, pp. 1, 7.

Stepney, p. 163.

Stoney Street, Southwark, p. 150.

Stow, John, p. 8.

Strand, p. 53.

" Lane, p. 147.

Strasbourg, p. 78.

Street Plan and Lay-out of the Walled City, p. 47 et seq.

Structures, within the walls, see Special Section, pp. 106–45.

" outside the walls, see Special Section, pp. 145–50.

" in outlying parts of the County of London, pp. 150–1.

Strype, John, p. 9.

Stukeley, William, p. 9.

Suetonius Paulinus, pp. 1, 2, 76.

Suffolk, pp. 27, 64.

Suffolk Lane, pp. 93, 141, 143.

Sun Fire Office, Threadneedle Street, p. 144.

Swan's Nest Tavern, Great Swan Alley, Moorgate Street, site of, p. 135.

Swarling, pp. 23, 154.

Tabard Street, p. 167.

Tacitus, pp. 1, 19, 27.

Tarragona, city of, p. 56.

Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, p. 190.

Teddington, p. 14.

Temple Mills (on borders of Hackney Marsh), pp. 56, 164, 189.

Temples, Supposed site of Roman Temples of Diana and Apollo (St. Paul's and Westminster), pp. 9, 43, 140; (temple to Claudius at Colchester) p. 57.

Terra-Cotta Objects, miscellaneous, see under Finds, Miscellaneous.

Terra-Sigillata, see Pottery.

Tetricus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Thames, River, Estuary, and Valley, (including finds in), pp. 11–3, 19, 23, 43–4, 49, 65–6, 175, 190, 194.

" Street, Upper, pp. 69, 92–3, 113, 123, 136, 141, 143.

" " Lower, pp. 44, 46, 93–1, 142, 145, 192–3.

Theodosius the Elder, pp. 5, 6, 7, 34, 59, 60–1.

" I, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Theomantius, son of Lud, p. 8.

Thessalonica, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Threadneedle Street, pp. 44, 143.

Throgmorton Avenue, pp. 89, 190.

" Street, p. 144.

Tiberius, pp. 24, 26; coins of, see under Coins.

Ticinum, coins from mint of, p. 190.

Tide, Trinity High, see Trinity High Tide.

Tilbury, pp. 13, 22.

Tile Stamps, see Stamped bricks or tiles.

"Times" Office, p. 92.

Tite, Sir William, p. 10.

Tokenhouse Yard, pp. 130, 144, 185.

Tomb of Native noble at Lexden, near Colchester, p. 27.

Tombstones, pp. 45, 170–1.

Tong, Kent, p. 183.

Tooley Street, Southwark, p. 181.

Tottenham Court Road, p. 45.

Toulouse, city of, pp. 65, 78.

Toulouse Codex, p. 5.

Tours, city of, p. 78.

Tower Hill, pp. 15, 71–2, 99, 145, 171–2.

" of London, pp. 43, 69, 72, 80, 83, 145, 175, 190.

" Postern, p. 97.

" Royal, p. 111.

Towers, use of, characteristic of the Urban Defences of the Augustan period, p. 81.

Town Wall of London, pp. 14, 31, 35, 69–82 (The Defences), 83–94 (Structural Remains), 94–96 (The Ditch), 97–99 (The Gates), 99–106 (The Bastions).

Trade, pp. 19, 23, 26–7, 32–3, 46, 58–9.

Trafalgar Square, pp. 53, 165.

Traffic, focus of, p. 11.

Trajan, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

" Decius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Trapezus (Trebizond), city of, p. 44

Treasury, at London, pp. 7, 33.

Trebonianus Gallus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Trier (Treviri), city of, pp. 35, 74, 78, 188, 190 (coins from mint of).

Trinity Church, Newington, burial at, pp. 58, 167.

" High Water, pp. 12–4.

" Lane, Queen Victoria Street, p. 145.

" Hospital, Greenwich, p. 151.

" Place, pp. 72, 83, 99.

" Street, p. 167.

Trinobantes, tribe of the, London supposed at one time to have been named after (Troy nova, Trinobantum, Troynouant or Trenouant), p. 8.

Troyes, p. 78.

Tudor Street, p. 148.

Turnmill Brook (now Bridge Street and Farringdon Street), p. 14.

Turnwheel Lane, p. 112.

Twelve tables, Law of the, p. 29.

Tyburn Brook, pp. 54, 56.

Ubii, tribe of the, p. 56.

Union Bank of Australia, site of, p. 115.

" Street, Southwark, p. 167.

Unchurch Pottery, pp. 23, 154.

Upper Thames Street, see Thames Street, Upper.

Urbs Roma, coins, see under Coins.

Urns, Burial, Pedestal, etc., see under Pottery.

Uther, King, p. 63.

Valens, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Valentinian, Emperor, pp. 5, 34; see also under Coins.

Valerian, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Varus, p. 56.

Vauxhall, p. 12.

Vecturiones, tribe of the, p. 6.

Venedotians, The, p. 16.

Verulam or Verulamium (St. Albans), pp. 2, 26–7, 35, 50, 58, 62–3, 65, 79.

Vespasian, Emperor, pp. 26, 57; see also under Coins.

Victor, Aurelius, see Aurelius Victor.

Victorian Legion, p. 6.

Victorinus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Vienne, city of, pp. 35, 78.

Vikings, The, pp. 65–6.

Vintners' Hall, near, pp. 93, 143.

Visigoths, The, pp. 62, 65, 67.

Vitellius, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Walbrook, pp. 170, 176.

Walbrook, The Stream (Saxon name, Gallembourne; British name, Nantgallim), pp. 11, 14–6, 19, 28, 32, 35, 44, 48, 51, 73, 75–6, 79, 114, 144, 171.

Wall-Paintings, see Plaster, Painted.

Wall, Town, see Town Wall.

Walters, H. B., p. 10.

Wandsworth, p. 169.

Wardrobe Tower, see Tower of London.

Ware, Hertfordshire, p. 55.

Warwick Lane, Newgate Street, p. 176.

" Square, pp. 31, 92 (structural remains), 145, 153–4 (burials), 190 (coins).

Water Lane, Lower Thames Street, p. 145.

" Pipes, see Drains and Drainage.

" Street, p. 148.

Watling Street (Watling Street (S), formerly known as Casincg Street), see Section "The Roman Roads outside the Walls," pp. 49 et seq.; see also pp. 57, 60–1, 111, 136, 145.

Weaver, John, p. 9.

Well Court, p. 137.

" Street, Jewin Street, pp. 104, 163, 190.

Wells, pp. 107, 109, 115, 117, 119, 125, 134, 139, 140, 144, 145.

Welwyn, p. 23.

West Street, Finsbury, p. 161.

Westgetum=Newgate.

Westminster, pp. 11, 26, 49–51, 165.

" Abbey and Precincts, pp. 148, 165, 173, 177.

Wharves, pp. 46–7, 107, 132, 143, 192–4.

Whitechapel, pp. 157, 159, 172.

Whittington Avenue, Leadenhall Street, pavements found near, p. 128.

Wiesbaden, p. 180.

Wight, Isle of, p. 4.

Wiltshire, p. 64.

Winchester, pp. 10, 58, 63.

Winchester House, Broad Street, and near-by, pp. 108–9, 155.

Windsor Court, Monkwell Street, pp. 81, 104.

Wood Street, pp. 43, 121, 123, 132, 145.

Woodward, Dr. John, p. 9.

Woolwich, p. 169.

Worcester Street, Southwark, p. 150.

Wren, Sir Christopher, p. 9.

Writers on Roman London, see Authorities.

Wroxeter, pp. 33, 35, 42, 49, 58, 154.

Xanten, Roman fortress of, pp. 180–2.

York (Eboracum), pp. 3, 5, 49, 58, 60–2.

" Street, Southwark, p. 167.

Zosimus, p. 62.