A concise study of Roman forts in Britain from the 1st to 4th century, looking at the different types and sizes of forts, watch-towers and signal stations, their layout and how they developed from marching camps, how they were built and the life of the men stationed there. Well illustrated throughout and with a gazetteer of sites, this is a great guidebook.
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