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Sectional view of a hall and a swimming bath in the Baths of Caracalla

Sectional view of a hall and a swimming bath in the Baths of Caracalla

Battle between the British Fleet and the XIV Legio and the Batavians and their Canninefatae allies

Battle between the British Fleet and the XIV Legio and the Batavians and their Canninefatae allies

John Ronayne - A reconstruction of the late 2nd or early 3rd Century barracks at Chesters Roman Fort. The accommodation at Chesters was completely rebuilt for the Second Asturians, a cavalry unit originally raised in northern Spain, at this time - the heyday of all the forts in northern Britain.

John Ronayne - A reconstruction of the late 2nd or early 3rd Century barracks at Chesters Roman Fort. The accommodation at Chesters was completely rebuilt for the Second Asturians, a cavalry unit originally raised in northern Spain, at this time - the heyday of all the forts in northern Britain.

"Legionarios en Britannia, s. I dC", Ronald Embleton.- ANNEE 54 av JC: Bretons, Eburons et Trévires, 2) 2° EXPEDITION en BRETAGNE, 1: Une fois l'ordre restauré, César laisse à TITUS LABIENNUS le commandement de 3 légions et 2000 cavaliers pour surveiller la Gaule, protéger les ports et le pourvoir en vivres. César s'embarque avec 5 légions et 2000 cavaliers et débarque en Bretagne sans trouver de résistance.

"Legionarios en Britannia, s. I dC", Ronald Embleton.- ANNEE 54 av JC: Bretons, Eburons et Trévires, 2) 2° EXPEDITION en BRETAGNE, 1: Une fois l'ordre restauré, César laisse à TITUS LABIENNUS le commandement de 3 légions et 2000 cavaliers pour surveiller la Gaule, protéger les ports et le pourvoir en vivres. César s'embarque avec 5 légions et 2000 cavaliers et débarque en Bretagne sans trouver de résistance.

Ceaster (Chester, Cheshire) Roman built stone-walled fortress on the River Dee. A valuable base for Dane and Saxon alike. Here it appears in Roman times.

Ceaster (Chester, Cheshire) Roman built stone-walled fortress on the River Dee. A valuable base for Dane and Saxon alike. Here it appears in Roman times.

A prime example of how concrete allowed Roman Architecture to be very large with multiple levels.

A prime example of how concrete allowed Roman Architecture to be very large with multiple levels.

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