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Roman souvenir of wall found

Roman souvenir of wall found
trefwoorden: Romeinse tijd - UK - Hadrians' Wall - 2e eeuw
A unique Roman "souvenir" of the building of Hadrian's Wall has been discovered.
The bronze pan, dating from the second century AD, when the Romans built the dividing wall across the north of England, was found in the Staffordshire moorlands.
Archaeologists are excited because the names of four forts located at the western end of Hadrian's Wall - Bowes, Drumburgh, Stanwix and Castlesteads - are engraved on the vessel.

Lees verder bij: BBC News (30 september 2003)