Akeman Street

Akeman Street war der mittelalterliche Name für eine Hauptverbindungsstraße im römischen England. Sie verband London mit dem Fosse Way bei Cirencester. Die Trasse ist heute noch teilweise genutzt und bildet zwischen London und Bicester die A 41.

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