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Archaeologists baffled after spotting mystifying change in Hadrian’s Wall barracks

Teesside was once used by the Romans to supply commodities to Hadrian’s Wall. Now BP plans to turn it into a #hydrogen  hub. Latest news from @SPGlobalPlatts .

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20 mile views in #Northumberland  this morning, from Hadrians Wall to Scotland, with the snow capped Cheviot Hills in the distance! Come @EventsNE  this summer 👍

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Paestum is a great place to visit as a family - a fabulous experience, especially when compared to awfully run places like Ostia Antica and Hadrian’s Villa - this guy probably deserves his chance to run Pompeii IMO, ⁦ @tomkington ⁩

The dig was the first major excavation of a Roman baths site on Hadrian’s Wall since the 19th century

The dig was the first major excavation of a Roman baths site on Hadrian’s Wall since the 19th century

@yngvlgrn  I sometimes think about the Syrians and Algerians who found themselves garrisoning Hadrian’s Wall. And whether or not they regularly questioned their life choices.

Looking forward to returning to @BBCBreakfast  after summer break. And what a night to be returning. @andy_murray  among the Brits in action/international football is back. So too crowds at cricket. Plus @DaveClarkTV  has started Hadrians Wall walk for @ParkinsonsUK  join us from 6

Hadrian’s Wall dig reveals oldest Christian graffiti on chalice

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A new day dawns and it’s steeped in adventure. Photo: Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland.

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It’s #MothersDay ! This gold ring is inscribed ‘MATRVM’, relating to the Latin root ‘māter’ for ‘mother’. Part of a hoard of Roman objects buried near Hadrian’s Wall around 2,000 years ago, the inscription suggests it was a gift to the mother goddesses✨

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1800-year-old Roman penis carvings discovered near Hadrian’s Wall — some things never change.

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A 1,800-year-old penis carving has been discovered in the Cumbrian quarry which supplied rocks for Hadrian’s Wall:

Roman poet Virgil was born #onthisday  in 70 BC. This wooden writing-tablet found near Hadrian’s Wall is inscribed with a line from his poem the Aeneid

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Roman poet Virgil was born #onthisday  in 70 BC. This wooden writing-tablet found near Hadrian’s Wall contains a line from his Aeneid

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Antinous was the Roman emperor Hadrian’s lover. He drowned in the Nile and Hadrian founded a city at the site of his death – Antinoopolis

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Unearthed near Hadrian’s Wall: lost secrets of first Roman soldiers to fight the Picts

The emperor Hadrian’s lover Antinous was so beloved, he had a city named after him! Read our #ValentinesDay  blog:

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A history of walls (ft) Great Wall of China: 26 Israel West Bank: 25 Nogales, AZ: 21 Hadrian’s Wall: 12 Berlin Wall: 12 Detroit 8-Mile: 6

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