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SEO Training Exeter – Address

1 Emperor Way, Exeter Business Park, Exeter, EX1 3QS

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SEO Training Exeter – Directions

By Road:
FROM J29 / M5
  • Turn right off the motorway slip road and keep to the right lane
  • At the first roundabout, take the 3rd exit(right)into Exeter Business Park
  • Take the first left into Emperor Way, Turn left and left again into the Regus center car park.
FROM THE CITY CENTRE
  • Follow signs to Honiton or Met Office.
  • Drive along Honiton Road until you reach the Exeter Business Park roundabout and take the first exit (left).
  • At the second roundabout, take a left onto Emperor Way, left again and left again into the Regus center car park
By Air: FROM EXETER AIRPORT
  • Follow the A30 and signs toward Exeter City Center
  • At the first roundabout after approx 2 miles take the 3rd exit off into Exeter Business Park
  • Follow above instructions into Regus center
By Public Transport: TRAIN
  • Travel to Exeter St.David’s station, which is a short taxi ride away from the center
BUS
  • The Park and Ride bus service from Exeter city center stops opposite the center (Exeter Business Park/Sowton Estate stop)

SEO Training Exeter – More Information

The favourable location of Exeter, on a dry ridge ending in a spur overlooking a navigable river teeming with fish, and fertile land nearby, suggests the site was occupied early. The discovery of coins dating from the Hellenistic period in the city indicates the existence of a settlement trading with theMediterranean region as early as 250 BC. The Latin name for Exeter, Isca Dumnoniorum (“Isca of the Dumnones or Devonians”), suggests that the city was of Celtic origin. This oppidum (a Latin term meaning an important town) on the banks of the River Exe certainly existed prior to the foundation of the Roman city in about AD 50; however, the name may have been suggested by a Celtic adviser to the Romans, rather than by the original inhabitants of the place.
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An illustration of Exeter in 1563, entitledCivitas Exoniae (vulgo Excester) urbs primaria in comitatu Devoniae
Such early towns, or proto-cities, had been a feature of pre-Roman Gaul as described by Julius Caesar in hisCommentarii de Bello Gallico (“Commentaries on the Gallic Wars”), and it is possible that they existed in neighbouring Britannia as well. Isca is derived from a Brythonic Celtic word for flowing water, which was given to the Exe and, elsewhere, to the River Usk on which Caerleon in Monmouthshire stands. This element is clearly present in the Modern Welsh names for Exeter (Caerwysg) and the River Exe (Afon Wysg). The Romans gave the city the name Isca Dumnoniorum to distinguish it from Isca Augusta, modern Caerleon. Excavations in the 1970s and 1980s established the presence of a Roman military fortress at Exeter (constructed around AD 55) almost certainly for Legion II Augusta. In 2010, part of a Roman military works depot and supply base was excavated at the St Loyes site on Topsham Road; it lay on the line of the Roman road between the fortress at Exeter and a small fort at Topsham.. More than 1,000 Roman coins have been found in the city, indicating its importance as a trading centre. The dates of these coins suggest that the city was at its most prosperous in the first half of the fourth century. However, virtually no coins dated after AD 380 have been found, suggesting a rapid decline. After the Romans left Britain in the early 5th century, nothing is known of Exeter for about 270 years, until around 680 when a document about St Boniface reports that he was educated at the Abbey in Exeter. More on Exeter can be read here For full details of the content of the ‘SEO Training Course‘ For the full list of dates for ‘SEO Training Exeter