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CAESAR’S Camp called the Brill at PANCRAS.

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London, then called Trinobantum, was a considerable trading emporium in British times, and before Cæsar’s arrival here. But the greatest curiosity of London, and what renders it highly illustrious, has never been observed by any writer: to give some account of it, is the purpose of this paper.

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Itinerarium curiosum (centuria II)
or, an account of the antiquities, and remarkable curiosities in nature or art, observed in travels through Great Britain.
By William Stukeley
Original publication 1776
Available from gutenberg.org
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