Location: northumberland

Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall, known to the Romans as Vallum Hadriani, was a grand fortification stretching across the width of what is now Northern England. Constructed on the orders of Emperor Hadrian in AD 122, the wall was a symbol of Roman power and engineering prowess.

Woden Law Hill Fort

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Wodens Law is actually the name of the great mountain that the Hill Fort is perched upon. Ok, so its not a mountain being a mere 500m high, but in this wild and desolate landscape it looks a lot more.The facts of the fort are impressive: there are multiple levels of ditch and bank defences surrounding the peak. There are considered to be three phases of occupation: firstly, a wall enclosed a substantial occupation area, this dated to the first century AD.

Norham Fort

Norham Iron Age Hill Fort

Housesteads Roman Fort

Carved Heads from Housesteads Roman Fort


The county of Northumberland

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