Tag: GB – Frontiers of the Roman Empire

10 Best Things To Do In Northumberland; Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey; TravelAwaits

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Learn more about beautiful and historic Northumberland’s many attractions, activities, and sights. This hidden gem has plenty to offer.

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Seven staycations in the great outdoors to explore in the UK; Susan Griffin & Emilia Bona; Liverpool Echo

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Part of Hadrian’s Wall to be rebuilt and popular national trail enhanced; Catherine Priestley; Northern Echo

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WORK to repair part of Hardrian’s Wall and enhance the popular walking route alongside it will begin next year.

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The fascinating history of Hadrian’s Wall; Stuart Forster; Khaleej Times

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A weekend on Hadrian’s Wall; English Heritage

A weekend on Hadrian’s Wall…

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A Visit to Hadrian’s Wall; DrFumbleFinger; Travel Gumbo

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Hiking Lovers: Hadrian’s Wall Awaits You; Al Bawaba

The Hadrian’s Wall is one of many remains of fortifications built by the Roman Empire after invading Britain in the second century A.D.

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Did the Romans really reach Scotland?; Kirsten Henton; BBC

Hadrian’s Wall may be older, bigger, stronger and better known, but the Unesco-listed Antonine Wall was the real final frontier of the Roman Empire.

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An Overview of the History and Archaeology of the Antonine Wall; Darrell Jesse Rohl; Brewminate

The Antonine Wall is an ancient and historical  monument originating as imperial Rome’s one-­‐‑time…

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A border fence from ancient times: Hadrian’s Wall in England; Jerry Harmer; AP

“Looks like we brought the weather with us from California,” the elderly tourist says, pulling on a hat and strolling past Jerry Harmer. He disappears up a grass slope, beneath a brilliant, blue sky, his wife beside him. It’s the first of several American accents Jerry Harmer hears that morning.

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