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Great wall

Hadrian’s permanent frontier with Scotland, near Housesteads in Northumberland. From Guy de la Bédoyère’s Roman Britain: A new history (Thames & Hudson, £24.95 (£22.45); 0-500-052402). It incorporates the latest discoveries, including two made in 2005; and is illustrated with drawings and photographs.

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