Roman Period

One aspect of the project is to try to show the defences, not only at various stages in their evolution, but also at varying times of the day and year, as if you were able to stand at certain points and look across at, say, an interval tower, or perhaps the view from the edge of the defensive ditch, or from 200 metres north of the North Wall.

The Timber and Turf Rampart

The early Timber and Turf North Wall, east of the North Gate, looking east.
Around sunrise on a day in early March.

The early Timber and Turf North Wall, east of the North Gate, looking SW.
Around sunset on a day in early March.

The Stone Curtain Wall

The stone curtain wall, east of the North Gate, looking SW.

The stone curtain wall, east of the North Gate, looking south.

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