They discover a new Roman road on Hadrian's wall

They discover a new Roman road on Hadrian's wall


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During the works to expand the facilities of the visitor center at Housesteads Roman Fort, in Northumberland (England), it has been found a new Roman road along with pottery and stone shards.

Vercovicium, now called Housesteads Roman Fort, was a auxiliary fortress of Hadrian's wall, in the Roman province of Britannia, built in 124 entirely in stone.

«The discovery of new remains is always a great thrill for any archaeologist. With each passing day we will know more about this find«Said the official of the historical park Chris Jones, in statements to the BBC.

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