Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Ancient Roman Road Found in Netherlands

New Utrecht is in the borough of Brooklyn, once the borough of Kings (to go with Queens, and the "Lords of Flatbush") an old settlement that has had some historical archaeology done. I used to live there at 65th Street and New Utrecht with my grandfather Lawrence Urquhart an ancient merchant mariner whose brother was Master Mariner. Apparently, "New Utrecht" could be named "Nova Traiectum" in "Nova Eborac" (New York) as one of our archaeology field directors called it.

Source: Ancient Roman Road Found in Netherlands

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