The name for St Albans in the days of the Romans was Verulamium.
next was Londinium (London) then Verulamium (St Albans)
First Camulodunum (Colchester), then Londinium (London), and finally Verulamium (St. Albans).
The Romans referred to the British city of St Albans as Verulamium. Many of the Roman structures still remain, including the Watling Street which is classified as a scheduled ancient monument.
St. Albans was the capital of Roman Britain around 46 BC. At that time, it was known as Verulamium. The Romans didn't arrive until 43AD - 100 years later!
St Albans College is located in South Africa. There is also a St Albans School located in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England and a St Albans School located in Washington DC.
Museum of St Albans was created in 1898.
St Albans Saints was created in 1954.
St Albans Cathedral ended in 1539.
St Albans Cathedral was created in 793.
Anthony W. G. Lowther has written: 'The Roman theatre at Verulamium (St. Albans)' -- subject(s): Antiquities, Roman, Roman Antiquities, Romans, Theaters
St Albans Spurs's motto is 'We're the Spurs'.
Robert of St. Albans died in 1187.
No, St. Albans is not a London underground station.
Peter St. Albans died in 1900.
The address of the Saint Albans Historical Museum is: Po Box 722, St Albans, VT 05478-0722
St Albans Secondary College was created in 1956.
Bank of St. Albans Building was created in 1906.
The motto of St Albans Secondary College is 'Truth Is Our Light'.
St Albans Girls' School was created in 1920.
St Albans City F.C. was created in 1908.
Peter St. Albans was born on 1864-11-15.
Second Battle of St Albans happened on 1461-02-17.
First Battle of St Albans happened on 1455-05-22.