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Roman forts Collection

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Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough triple ditches K960845

Richborough triple ditches K960845
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Sandwich, Kent. General view across the site showing the triple ditches of the third century fort, with the stone walls of the later fort beyond

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Reculver Towers N060974

Reculver Towers N060974
RECULVER TOWERS AND ROMAN FORT, Kent. Twin 12th-century church towers in late afternoon sunshine with scattered clouds

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Portchester Castle K991184

Portchester Castle K991184
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. View across the site and Portchester Harbour from the top of the keep

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Reculver Towers N060973

Reculver Towers N060973
RECULVER TOWERS AND ROMAN FORT, Kent. Twin 12th-century church towers bathed in the warm glow of the setting sun at low tide

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Hardknott Roman Fort EAW589036

Hardknott Roman Fort EAW589036
HARDKNOTT, Cumbria. Aerial photograph showing the well-placed Roman fort on a promontory overlooking the Lake District (NGR: NY218015). Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort and surrounding countryside N061001

Housesteads Roman Fort and surrounding countryside N061001
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS FORT, Northumberland. Aerial view of the fort with the wall heading off into the distance. hadrian

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough Roman Fort DP434388

Richborough Roman Fort DP434388
Richborough Roman Fort, Richborough Road, Sandwich, Dover, South Thanet, Kent. The Roman fort. Aerial drone view from south west

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Alavna Roman Fort 35138_001

Alavna Roman Fort 35138_001
Alavna Roman Fort, the earthwork remains of a Roman fort forming part of the 2nd century AD frontier defences along the Cumbrian Solway coast, Cumbria, 2021

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Hardknott Roman Fort 34125_074

Hardknott Roman Fort 34125_074
Hardknott Roman Fort, Cumbria, 2019

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Brougham Castle 34053_044

Brougham Castle 34053_044
Brougham Roman fort (Brocavum) and Brougham Castle, Cumbria, 2018

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Throp Roman fortlet 33038_012

Throp Roman fortlet 33038_012
Throp Roman fortlet, Cumbria, 2017

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Willowford camp 33031_036

Willowford camp 33031_036
Willowford Roman temporary camp, Cumbria, 2017

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Roman temporary camp 33030_089

Roman temporary camp 33030_089
Crooks Roman temporary camp, Northumberland, 2017

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Maryport (Alavna) Roman fort 34126_004

Maryport (Alavna) Roman fort 34126_004
Maryport (Alavna) Roman fort, part of the Roman frontier defences along the Cumbrian coast, Cumbria, 2019

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Brough Castle and Roman fort 34002_064

Brough Castle and Roman fort 34002_064
Brough Castle and Brough (Verteris) Roman fort and civil settlement, Cumbria, 2018

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Brougham Roman Fort 34002_016

Brougham Roman Fort 34002_016
Brougham Roman fort (Brocavum) and Brougham Castle, Cumbria, 2018

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Newton Kyme Roman fort 28740_041

Newton Kyme Roman fort 28740_041
Newton Kyme, North Yorkshire. Roman fort and Neolithic henge monument west of Newton Kyme, 2015. SE4545

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Roman signal station 24932_039

Roman signal station 24932_039
OLD BURROW, Countisbury, Devon. Aerial view. Roman fortlet and signal station overlooking the Bristol Channel near Lynmouth, Exmoor

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Portchester Castle engraving N110146

Portchester Castle engraving N110146
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. " An outside view of Portchester Castle in Hampshire. Dedicated to the Officers of the Militia

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Burgh Castle N090547

Burgh Castle N090547
BURGH CASTLE, Norfolk. Aerial view of Classis Britannica " Saxon Shore" fort

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Reculver Towers and Roman Fort N080988

Reculver Towers and Roman Fort N080988
RECULVER TOWERS AND ROMAN FORT, Kent. Aerial view of Roman Regulbium, a Saxon Shore fort and naval base for the Classis Britannica - the Roman fleet based in Britain

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough Roman Fort N070696

Richborough Roman Fort N070696
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Sandwich, Kent. Aerial view. Richborough, or Rutupiae was known to be a major naval base This shows the triple ditch defences of the early 3rd century fort surrounding

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort N061000

Housesteads Roman Fort N061000
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS FORT, Northumberland. Aerial view of the fort. hadrian

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Portchester Castle N071245

Portchester Castle N071245
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. Viewed from across the estuary at dusk

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Birdoswald Roman Fort K940744

Birdoswald Roman Fort K940744
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. General view of granary. The posts mark the position of a later, post-Roman building

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Habitancum 28796_008

Habitancum 28796_008
Habitancum Roman Fort, Risingham, Northumberland. Earthworks show the remains of the defensive ditches and the outlines of many of the buildings of the Roman fort

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Corbridge Roman site N070069

Corbridge Roman site N070069
CORBRIDGE ROMAN SITE, Northumberland. Aerial view

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Pevensey Castle K981313

Pevensey Castle K981313
PEVENSEY CASTLE, East Sussex. The inner bailey with the chapel in the foreground and the present day shoreline in the distance

Background imageRoman forts Collection: The Roman West Gate, Pevensey Castle J940501

The Roman West Gate, Pevensey Castle J940501
PEVENSEY CASTLE, East Sussex.The Roman West Gate

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Portchester Castle engraving N110147

Portchester Castle engraving N110147
PORTCHESTER CASTLE, Hampshire. " An inside view of Portchester Castle in Hampshire. Dedicated to the Officers of the Militia

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort K850145

Chesters Roman Fort K850145
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. View of the barrack blocks

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough Roman Fort N100502

Richborough Roman Fort N100502
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. View along the outer defences towards the power station

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Ambleside Roman Fort K930152

Ambleside Roman Fort K930152
AMBLESIDE ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. View of the site from the South. A 2nd century fort, probably built under Hadrians rule to guard the Roman road from Brougham to Ravenglass and act as a supply base

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Pevensey Castle N100496

Pevensey Castle N100496
PEVENSEY CASTLE, East Sussex. Aerial view of the castle showing the medieval inner bailey and the larger Roman enclosure

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort N100477

Chesters Roman Fort N100477
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. The east gate showing guardroom in the base of one tower

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Bridge Abutment N100475

Chesters Bridge Abutment N100475
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS BRIDGE ABUTMENT, Northumberland. View of the east abutment and the wall beyond

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort N100473

Chesters Roman Fort N100473
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. General view of the bathhouse and latrine

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort N100470

Chesters Roman Fort N100470
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. The bathhouse from above looking towards the river North Tyne

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort N100467

Chesters Roman Fort N100467
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. View of the barracks showing room subdivisions

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Chesters Roman Fort N100466

Chesters Roman Fort N100466
HADRIANs WALL: CHESTERS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. View of the barracks showing the stone-lined drain between blocks

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Hardknott Roman Fort K960594

Hardknott Roman Fort K960594
HARDKNOTT ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. View of the walls

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough Roman Fort N100295

Richborough Roman Fort N100295
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. Foundations of the Chapel of St Augustine

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Richborough Roman Fort N100076

Richborough Roman Fort N100076
RICHBOROUGH ROMAN FORT, Kent. The remains of the stone built shops, found just inside the triple ditch defences

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort K890058

Housesteads Roman Fort K890058
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS ROMAN FORT, Northumberland. The granaries. hadrian

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Birdoswald Roman Fort K060372

Birdoswald Roman Fort K060372
HADRIANs WALL: BIRDOSWALD ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. View across the South Gate looking towards the Visitors Centre. hadrian

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Phoenix Tower, Chester 20755_010

Phoenix Tower, Chester 20755_010
PHOENIX TOWER, CHESTER CITY WALLS. Aerial view. Lying on, or close to the location of the corner tower of the Roman fortress, Phoenix Tower is a much-restored medieval construction

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Pevensey Castle J940502

Pevensey Castle J940502
PEVENSEY CASTLE, East Sussex. The North and East towers of the Inner Bailey

Background imageRoman forts Collection: Housesteads Roman Fort N080603

Housesteads Roman Fort N080603
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS FORT, Northumberland. View from the gatehouse along the wall. hadrian



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