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Sunday, April 08, 2012

The Senate and the People of Rome - in London



More in the spirit of continuing the Museum of London Londinum through a lens than promoting this restaurant in Whitehall (Called SPQR, but which I don't think I'd be seen dead in, to be frank) I bring you another Roman Connection. The Invisible Man (a cyclist after my own heart) has an interesting take on cycle lanes, too.

SPQR has interesting connotations, I particularly like the Spanish backronym "San Pedro Quiere Rosquillas" - Saint Peter wants donuts - used to remember the order of the SPQR letters.

The exhibition looks at the parallels between modern and Roman London.It opens in June and features a map that will be made up of images showing Roman influences in London today. They are encouraging photographers to submit their photos and hoping it becomes a really fun, visual and engaging insight into the Roman legacy in modern London. Details of how to submit photos via email or Flickr are on http://www.flickr.com/groups/OL2012/pool/map

posted by Ham at 00:02 -- Comments here: 4

Comments on "The Senate and the People of Rome - in London"

 

Blogger Steve A said ... (00:41) : 

The Invisible Man is on MY radar screen as well.

 

Anonymous AnKa said ... (19:34) : 

Hi Ham, the link doesn't seem to work.

 

Anonymous AnKa said ... (19:39) : 

I found the info here: http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/London-Wall/Whats-on/Exhibitions-Displays/Our-Londinium-2012/Londiniumthroughalens.htm

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (02:58) : 

Dogs, cats, hamsters, fish, parrots - who do you prefer? Or perchance what that non-native animals - snakes, crocodiles, lizards, monkeys?

 

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