Would you support renaming London back to Londinium?

How was London funded?

After an invasion led by the Roman Emperor Claudius, in the year AD 43, the Romans founded Londinium (the Roman name for London).
A patch of grassy marshland dominated by two hills was turned into a fortified city on the banks of the River Thames.

 Walled Perimeter of Roman London - Londinium Walled Perimeter of Roman London – Londinium

Londinium (London), like Rome, was founded on the point of the river where it was narrow enough to build a bridge, and the strategic location of the city gave easy access to much of Europe.

The name of London is derived from a word first attested, in Latinised form, as Londinium. By the first century CE, this was a commercial centre in Roman Britain.

The Romans founded London about 50 AD. Its name is derived from the Celtic word Londinios, which means the place of the bold one.

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Would you support renaming London back to Londinium?