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Ceremony for Ludi Cerialia - 2016103 viewsApr 12, 2016
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South Shields90 viewsThe restored main entrance to the Roman Fort in South Shields, England.Apr 12, 2016
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Roman Ship-Yard Dry-Dock123 viewsArchaeologists have recently uncovered the remains of a sixty-foot
high building, seen here in a reconstruction that functioned as a ship
-yard for the drydocking and maintenance of Roman ships.
Apr 11, 2016
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Saalburg Fort Palisade Corner Tower 92 viewsOne of the corner towers on the palisade. AD 121.Apr 08, 2016
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Saalburg Fort 98 viewsColor Diagram of the Saalburg fort showing the fort with ditch, rampart and gate. The diagram also shows the road latout, to and from the fort , the village houses, and the palisade with its towers and entrance.Apr 08, 2016
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Mediolanum - 222 BC to AD 286100 viewsA color diagram of the Roman CityApr 08, 2016
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Roman Fort Mobeen - Corner view of Highest Tower97 viewsThe above drawing is a corner view of the highest tower. The ruins are the best preserved of all Roman Forts in the Middle East.Apr 08, 2016
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Roman Fortress Mobene (Qasr Bshir) Southern Tower97 viewsThe four, heavy, square corner towers measure eleven to twelve meters and project some three meters beyond the curtain walls. These three-storied structures used to be a full ten meters highApr 08, 2016
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Roman Fort Mobene, Corner View, Southern Tower98 viewsThis drawing of the fort is the corner of the highest towerApr 08, 2016
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Roman Fort Mobene, First Level Diagram102 viewsFirst Level Diagram; "Mobene" is not mentioned in the "Notitia Dgnitatum" and the building inscription does not refer to either the unit or the unit commander.Apr 08, 2016
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Roman Fort Mobene at Sunset102 viewsQasr Bsir, Mobene, Roman Fort at sunset, Jordanian DesertApr 08, 2016
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Roman Fort Mobene94 viewsMain entrance from inside the fortress. The fort is located on the Jordanian desert in the vicinity of the Dead Sea. Fort Mobene was a part of the "Limes Arabicus."Apr 08, 2016
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