Hadrian's Wall on Tyneside bookHadrian's Wall on Tyneside by Nick Hodgeson.
1,900 years ago the legions of Rome built the great barrier of Hadrian's Wall from sea to sea. Although much of the eastern end of the Wall in Tyneside is now buried beneath the modern cityscape, research and excavation in the 21st century has given us a dramatic new view of the Wall in this area, and of the lives of the people who lived in its forts and civilian settlements over a period of 300 years. This book explains how archaeologists and local people working together have made these discoveries, and offers a guide to where visible Roman remains and finds can be seen.
This book has been made possible through the research undertaken by the WallQuest project.
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