The Antonine Wall in Scotland

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Jan van der Crabben
by romanfrontiers
published on 22 August 2014
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The Antonine Wall in Scotland is the northernmost frontier monument of the Roman Empire. In 2008 this archaeological monument became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This video was created 2007 within the framework of the European project "Frontiers of the Roman Empire" (Culture 2000 program). Author: Boundary Productions.

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romanfrontiers, . (2014, August 22). The Antonine Wall in Scotland. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/529/the-antonine-wall-in-scotland/

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