Timeline of London

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The following is a timeline of the history of London, the capital of England in the United Kingdom. The area covered is that of modern Greater London.

Prehistory

  • 120000 BCE – Elephant and hippopotamus roam the site of Trafalgar Square.
  • 6000 BCE – Hunter-gatherers on the site of Heathrow Terminal 5.[1]
  • 4000 BCE – Mesolithic timber structure on the River Thames foreshore, south of the site of Vauxhall Bridge.[2]
  • 3800 BCE – Stanwell Cursus constructed.[1]
  • 2300–1500 BCE – Possible community on Chiswick Eyot in the Thames.
  • 1500 BCE – Bronze Age bridge from the foreshore north of Vauxhall Bridge. This bridge either crosses the Thames, or goes to a subsequently lost island in the river.[3]
  • 300–1 BCE – Iron Age oppidum in Woolwich, possibly London's first port, in the late-Roman period reused as a fort.[4]

Early history to 11th century

Part of a series on the
History of London
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Clock Tower - Palace of Westminster, London - May 2007 icon.png London portal

11th–15th centuries

1500s

1600s

1700s

19th century

1800s–1840s

The frozen Thames illustrated in Old and New London (1873)

1850s–1870s

1880s–1890s

20th century

1900s–1930s

1940s–1990s

21st century

See also

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