I'm in an Old York state of mind
|(A singular street)|
|(Photos by your humble blogkeeper)|
Too pooped to post this evening, so I'll put up some pictures from my post-Crimefest excursion to York.
The energetic Roman emperor Septimius Severus died here, where he had come to fight the Caledonians.
A century later, Constantine was proclaimed emperor in York, where he had come to help fight the Picts. Once Constantine consolidated his power, he tolerated Christianity in the empire, and the rest is history.
And now I am, too. Goodnight.
© Peter Rozovsky 2012