Verulamium

[ver-yoo-ley-mee-uh m]
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noun

ancient name of St. Albans.

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Historical Examples of verulamium

  • Many battles were fought, and in 516 Verulamium was sacked and burnt.

  • They may have issued from a Romano-British mint at Verulamium.

    Hertfordshire

    Herbert W Tompkins

  • He refused to sacrifice to the gods, and was executed outside the city of Verulamium (St. Albans) in 285 or 305.

  • These features are shown in the foregoing diagrammatic section of the walls of Verulamium.

    British Castles

    Charles H. Ashdown

  • Amongst others, the free inhabitants of Eboracum and Verulamium enjoyed the coveted rights of Roman citizenship.

    The Towns of Roman Britain

    James Oliver Bevan


British Dictionary definitions for verulamium

Verulamium

noun

the Latin name of Saint Albans
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