Attested:  RC Londinium Augusti; ND Praepositus thesaurum Augustensium; coins AVG
   Ammianus  ad Lundinium, vetus oppidum quod Augustam posteritas appellavit and
    ab Augusta profectus quam veteres appellavere Lundinium

Where:  London

Name Origin:  Latin augustus ‘worthy of honour’ was a title adopted by the emperor Gaius Octavius and his successors, then sprinkled around the Empire onto various places and institutions.

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