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    a remote sheep farm meant Hardknott Fort was only recognised as being of Roman origin in the late 17th century Dating from the time of Hadrian the Fort had suffered greatly from the attentions of stone robbers who removed large quantities of material for neighbouring farms Unfortunately robbing continued until the late 19th century and only when archaeological excavation survey and consolidation of the site began in 1892 did the

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    Gaming counters and dice from Lullingstone Roman Villa Eynsford Kent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Detail of gaming counters and dice excavated from the Mausoleum at Lullingstone Roman Villa in Kent This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Download the Lullingstone Roman Villa Teacher s Kit Take advantage of our free entry for Learning

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    Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder St Mary in Castro and the Roman lighthouse Dover Castle Kent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites The rough masonry tower at the west end of the church of St Mary in Castro is the remains of one of a pair of Roman lighthouses at Dover which guided shipping across the channel Read detailed archaeological description of the lighthouse The church itself dates from circa 1020 AD The church was extensively repaired in 1582 but was in little use from the end of the 16th century By 1724 its bells had been removed and the building was in ruins It was used as a Fives Court in the early 1790s and a garrison coal store during the Napoleonic Wars 1793 1815 During the modernising of the castle in the mid 19th century the church was restored Read detailed archaeological description of the church This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Download the Dover Castle Teacher s Kit to find out more Take advantage of our free entry for Learning Groups Explore an interactive map Copyright Copyright English Heritage Photo

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    ViewFinder Housesteads Roman Fort Bardon Mill Northumberland click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites An aerial view of Housesteads Fort Its Roman name Vercovicium means The Place of Fighters It was one of a chain of forts built along Hadrian s Wall This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Read detailed archaeological description Copyright Copyright Crown

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    England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Housesteads Roman fort near Bardon Mill Northumberland click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Reconstruction drawing of the courtyard of the Commandant s house in the Roman fort at Housesteads Vercovicium This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Read detailed archaeological description Copyright Copyright English Heritage NMR

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    Viroconium Cornoviorum can be seen at Wroxeter This view looks across the baths towards the wall which divided them from the exercise hall Though a small village today Wroxeter was the fourth largest town in Roman Britain It was a fortress from about AD 47 then became a civilian settlement from about AD 90 and thrived for 400 years The Roman Army first appeared in the Wroxeter region in about AD 47 when it advanced along the line of the modern A5 which largely follows the course of the Roman road Watling Street By the late 50s AD it was a Legionary Fortress the base of the Fourteenth Legion and then the Twentieth Legion Virtually all the buildings were of timber as were the defences While the fortress was occupied a small civilian trading settlement seems to have developed close by When the legions left in AD 90 the street grid and some of the buildings of the fortress were used to form the nucleus of the first town that replaced the fortress This town was the seat of government for the tribal authority who now governed the region in the name of the Cornovii the local tribe They set

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    Images Historic England Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Roman wall City of London click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A fragment of the Roman town wall of London Many Roman towns still have fragments of their original walls surviving This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2010 Find out more Copyright English Heritage

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    and Cawfields milecastle Haltwhistle Northumberland click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view looking eastwards along Hadrian s Wall as it runs over the Crags An opening giving controllable access through Hadrian s Wall was built every mile along the structure known as a milecastle Cawfields milecastle number 42 can be seen here on the hill This site is

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