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View west along the north curtain wall of Housesteads Roman Fort, which follows the line of Hadrian’s Wall, laid down before the building of the fort. In the centre are the remains of one of the turrets on the Wall, which is partly overlain by a later fort building.

North curtain wall of Housesteads Roman Fort with far-reaching open landscape beyond.

The aqueduct probably supplied water for the Roman military bath house which stood amongst the buildings of the civilian settlement (vicus) at the north-west corner of Vindolanda Roman Fort. It was built for the Fourth Cohort of Gauls around AD213.

The aqueduct supplied water for the Roman military bath house which stood amongst the buildings of the civilian settlement (vicus) at the north-west corner of Vindolanda Roman Fort. It was built for the Fourth Cohort of Gauls around

Bank's East Turret (Hadrian's Wall) Well preserved remains of a turret used by Roman soldiers defending Hadrian's Wall. Sections of the wall still stand on either side of the turret. The turret was built to a 2 storey plan, with a first floor reached by a simple ladder. A further l;adder gave access onto the roof of the turret for observation along the wall. The walls of the turret stand to a present height of 1.75 metres. Excavations have revealed that there was originally a turf wall next…

Travel, history and heritage information about Bank's East Turret (Hadrian's Wall), a Roman Site in Cumbria, plus nearby accommodation and historic attractions to visit. Part of the Cumbria Travel Guide on Britain Express.

Lane to Vindolanda on line of Roman... (C) Phil Champion :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

The Roman road is buried beneath the modern road. The stump of stone on the left is the remains of a Roman milestone marking the sixteenth Roman mile west of Corbridge. It is recorded as being intact in some time after which.

Since Roman time, the River Irthing has changed its course and moved westwards. The stonework here is the remains of an abutment which supported the east end of a bridge carrying Hadrian’s Wall across the River Irthing, and which protected the river bank from erosion.

Gilsland – Willowford Bridge Location Gilsland Grid Ref NY 623665 Since Roman time, the River Irthing has changed its course and moved westwards. The stonework here (and in the aerial picture above) is the remains of an.

BLACK CARTS TURRET - HADRIAN'S WALL A 460-metre (1,509 feet) length of Hadrian's Wall including one turret. Please note: It is not possible for visitors to park here.  Northumberland, North East

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Hadrians Wall. ༺✿༺ The remains of the outline of a square stone building can be seen. Hadrian’s Wall was the north-west frontier of the Roman empire for nearly 300 years. It was built by the Roman army on the orders of the emperor Hadrian.

༺✿༺ The remains of the outline of a square stone building can be seen. Hadrian’s Wall was the north-west frontier of the Roman empire for nearly 300 years. It was built by the Roman army on the orders of the emperor Hadrian.

The long straight roads built by the Romans wherever they conquered have, in many cases, become just as famous names in history as their greatest emperors and generals. Building upon more ancient routes...

Roman Roads

Spain - The long straight roads built by the Romans wherever they conquered have, in many cases, become just as famous names in history as their greatest emperors and generals. Building upon more ancient routes and creating a huge number of new ones, Roma

Milecastle 48- "The Poltross Milecastle". Photo By Simon Ledingham

Milecastle "The Poltross Milecastle". Photo By Simon Ledingham

Allemagne Frontières de l'empire romain

Frontiers of the Roman Empire. It stretched over km from the Atlantic coast of northern Britain, through Europe tot he Black Sea, and from there to the Red Sea and across Nort Africa to the Atlantic coast. Germany, UK and Northern Ireland.

View across the Wroxeter Roman City site to the north wall of the Frigidarium. Photo by Paul Highnam.

View across the Wroxeter Roman City site to the north wall of the Frigidarium. Photo by Paul Highnam.

The Lost Fort: The Most Popular Post in the Roman Empire - The Signal Station at Scarborough

The Lost Fort: The Most Popular Post in the Roman Empire - The Signal Station at Scarborough

Housesteads Roman Fort, Hadrians Wall

A fascinating tourist attraction in North East England, Housesteads is the most complete Roman fort in Britain. Set where Hadrian's Wall climbs to the top of a dramatic escarpment.

Camelon (Scots: Caimlan, Scottish Gaelic: Camlann) is a large settlement within the Falkirk council area, Scotland. Camelon is the site of a series of Roman fortifications on the Antonine Wall, and some have suggested it as a possible site for the Arthurian Camelot.

Camelon (Scots: Caimlan, Scottish Gaelic: Camlann) is a large settlement within the Falkirk council area, Scotland. Camelon is the site of a series of Roman fortifications on the Antonine Wall, and some have suggested it as a possible site for the Arthurian Camelot.

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