Zusammenfassung

Noch einmal tritt die 50’-Terrasse oberhalb des eigentlichen Mündungstrichters von N hart an die Themse heran, und gleichzeitig bieten leichte Schottererhebungen in geringer Entfernung einen Wegweiser für den Zutritt in den Auen im S: dort, im W des Leaästuars, hatte schon der Altsteinzeitmensch gehaust und die Schutzlage bereits in vorrömischer Zeit zur Siedlung gelockt (Töpfereireste) [213, 215.u. ao.]. Doch waren die großen Urwälder im Hintergrund für die damalige Bevölkerung eine fast unüberwindliche Verkehrsschranke. Erst die Römer, welche sehr rasch die Bedeutung des Platzes erkannten, der einen verhältnismäßig bequemen Übergang und zugleich Sicherheit, Nahrung und Wasser gewährte, bezwangen sie und machten Londinium zu einem Straßenknoten, Handelsplatz und Stützpunkt ihrer Herrschaft [21–25, 210–218]. Schon im J. 43 n. Chr. besaß es eine Brücke, vermutlich errichtet im Zusammenhang mit der Verlegung der Hauptstadt von Verulamium nach Camulodunum; vorher hatte man die Furt von Westminster zum Überschreiten des Flusses benützt. Der Name, früher als „Sumpfburg“ gedeutet, wird jetzt auf einen Häuptlings- oder Stammesnamen zurückgeführt (vgl. altirisch lond, wild, kühn); später erscheint er als Lundenne, Lundin, auch als Lundenburg und Lundinceaster und noch in den ältesten wälschen Handschriften des 14. Jh. als Lundein oder Llundein [623*].

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