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city and unitary authority (2011 pop. 198,051), N England, at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss rivers. It is located at the historical junction of the three ridings of Yorkshire.
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This previous work employs Eboracum and evaluates these two bioinspired load balancing techniques but considers only networks composed of static sensor nodes.
Dickens, 'Tudor York', in A History of Yorkshire: The City of York, 137-8; for the new charter which was adopted in 1517-18, see Drake, Eboracum, 207.
Rich in history and atmosphere Local history has it that back when York was known as Eboracum and Roman legionaries marched the town's streets the settlement played host to its first races.
OUTLANE'S history stretches back to Roman times when the marching station or staging post of Slack - possibly called Cambodunum - guarded the transPennine route between the forts of York (Eboracum) and Chester (Deva).
York, one of England's finest and most beautiful historic cities, dates back to the Romans, who knew it as Eboracum, and the city's ancient roots can be traced during a visit to York Minster, a real must-see.
In the Roman provincial capital of Eboracum, (York), on July 25th, 306, the troops acclaimed the young Constantine as emperor on the death of his father Constantius who had the title of Caesar, one of the four rulers of the empire.
Aurelius Carausius in Britain (293-294); captured Carausius' mainland base at Gesoriacum (Boulogne) (autumn 293), and carefully prepared for the invasion of Britain (293-296); invaded Britain, landing his forces near modern Southampton, defeated the poorly led army of Carausius' successor Alectus, and captured London (April-June 296); won a notable victory over the Alamanni in Gaul (298), but was lax in enforcing Diocletian's edicts against Christians, and confined himself to destroying churches (303); became senior Augustus when Maximian and Diocletian abdicated (May 1, 305); died at Eboracum (York) (summer 306), succeeded by his eldest son Constantine.
30The Vikings called it Jorvik, the Romans before that knew it as Eboracum. What do we call this city?
Eboracum was the Roman name for what city in the North East?
e hordes of tourists ocking to see a city founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71AD help to sustain York's ability to be both an ancient and modern place to work, rest and play.