- 10,000 Roman artefacts have been discovered at the site next to the River Thames
- 21,000 wheelbarrows of soil have been excavated by hand
- Over 100 fragments of Roman writing tablets have been unearthed
- This site has supplied the largest amount of Roman leather ever to be unearthed in the capital
- The site covers over three acres
- At its peak there were 60 archaeologists working on the site
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Handyman Paul Thrower died after two 18-year-olds hacked at him with a 4ft long axe and stabbed him 10 times at a block of flats.
The 34-year-old victim was left with a huge gash across her nose and face. Police need to find a man seen on CCTV.
The girl was travelling on a train from London Liverpool Street to Romford in Essex after going to see the poppies at the Tower Of London.