The Antonine Wall in Scotland

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Jan van der Crabben
by romanfrontiers
published on 22 August 2014

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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