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Shopping thoroughfares Stonegate and Petergate still run along the same routes as they did 2,000 years ago when they were named Via Praetoria and Via Principalis.
Philippa Malmgren, President and Founder, The Canonbury Group and Principalis Asset Management
And a professor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock came up with a brief video that helped convince experts from the renowned Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology that at least one male Campephilus principalis survived six decades after its last reliable sighting in the United States.
Next I'd see the sudden rush of black and white wings past me, and I'd know immediately that this was Campephilus principalis, what legions of other birdwatchers had been unable to find, and I'd weep with joy.
Back then they were called Via Praetoria and Via Principalis and led to the massive Roman headquarters which once occupied the site where the vast gothic minster stands today.
Now it has been seen again, officially Campephilus principalis but more graphically the "Lord God" woodpecker, on account of its awesome appearance.
Stonegate and Petergate are the city's most stylish shopping streets, and still run along the same routes as they did 2,000 years ago, when they were called Via Praetoria and Via Principalis and led to the massive Roman headquarters which once occupied the site of the Minster.
New cuticular morphotypes of Cordaites principalis from the Canadian Carboniferous Maritimes Basin.
On the north side of the via principalis adjacent to the headquarters building (principia), the corner of a timber building was uncovered (FIGURE 2).
The High Cross was the intersection of Via Principalis (Eastgate and Watergate Street), Via Decumana (Northgate Street) and Via Praetoria (Bridge Street).
In quodam angulo ianuae principalis habetur rectoris iniurias audientis similituclo.

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