Thus did Kronus set aside his duties, and did again make ready for war; and placing
himself in a large and private chamber, he did send forth his own men to gather such
information as he might need; and for three weeks did Kronus plan most thoroughly
and carefully the strategies of conquest.
Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of Petragia and Londinium also; considering
in cautious detail the sea lanes of Rome in the supplying of the island fortress;
considering in every detail, the full network of Roman communications, as well as
the placement of all radar facilities.
Summary: During the First Track of the world of the First Power, Londinium referred
to the islands recognized as present day Ireland and the United Kingdom. During the
days of Kronus Maximillius, both Petragia (Iceland) and Londinium were territories
of the Roman Empire. Kronus plotted the Drakonian siege against the impenetrableisland fortress of Petragia. During the siege, Londinium also came under intense
attack from Drakonian submarines and battleships (3:28:1-44).