Trip to the Temple of Mithras – November 2019
The group made a visit to the London Mithraeum in Walbrook Street. The site lies over the course of one of London’s lost rivers, the Walbrook. Nearly 2,000 years ago when Londinium was founded by the Romans, this river marked the limits of their first settlement. In the 3rd century AD, nearly 200 years after the founding of London, a Roman Londoner, built a temple to the god Mithras on this reclaimed ground, next to the river.
Visit to Eastbury Manor House – April 2019
Visit to the Law Courts (London) – February 2019