About Corbridge Roman Town
Corbridge Roman Town was a thriving Ancient Roman settlement near Hadrian’s Wall, yet it was occupied before this iconic wall was built. In fact, before the Emperor Hadrian built his famous 73-mile barrier, Corbridge was the site of several forts. However, once Hadrian’s Wall was complete, Corbridge began developing into a town.
Today, visitors can explore the roads and remains of Corbridge Roman Town which include some well-preserved granaries, houses, workshops and markets. Corbridge Roman Town is an English Heritage site.
Chesters Roman Fort was part of Hadrian’s Wall and is a now a well-preserved archaeological site.
Housesteads Roman Fort is one of the best preserved and most important of the forts along Hadrian’s Wall.
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