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by David J. Breeze,Brian Dobson
David J. Breeze, Brian Dobson.
Military Way (Hadrian's Wall). For the Military Way associated with the Antonine Wall, see Antonine Wall. For the 18th-century highway built to suppress the Jacobites in 1746, see Military Road (Northumberland). David J Breeze and Brian Dobson (1976). p. 128. ISBN 0-14-013549-9.
Hadrian's Wall (Penguin History) by Breeze, David J, Dobson, Brian (2000) Paperback. Hadrian's Wall is simply the best known, best preserved and most impressive of these barriers. Expansion did not come to a complete end with the building of the wall. For example, the frontier was for a short time moved northwards to the Antonine Wall; and the Emperor Septimius Severus later made an unsuccessful attempt to conquer the whole of Britain.
Hadrian& Wall Brian Dobson,David J Breeze Penguin Books Ltd 9780140271829 : Presents history of the monument to. .
Hadrian& Wall Brian Dobson,David J Breeze Penguin Books Ltd 9780140271829 : Presents history of the monument to the Roman Empire in Britain. It features photos, maps and diagrams.
item 2 Dobson, Brian,Dobson, Brian,Breeze, David . Hadrian's Wall (Pelican), Mass Mar -Dobson, Brian,Dobson, Brian,Breeze . The English Heritage Book of Hadrian's Wall by Stephen Johnson (Paperback, 1989). Hadrian's Wall (Pelican), Mass Mar -Dobson, Brian,Dobson, Brian,Breeze, David . Hadrian's Wall (Pelican), Mass Mar. £. 9. North-west Frontier of Rome: Military Study of Hadrian's Wall by David Divine (Hardback, 1969).
and Dobson B. 2000 Hadrian’s Wall. England: Penguin Books. and Young, C. 2008 Roman Frontiers World Heritage Site Summary Nomination Statement. In Breeze, D. J. and Jilek, S. Frontiers of the Roman Empire, the European Dimension of a World Heritage Site. Breeze, D, Jilek, S. and Thiel A. 2005 Frontiers of the Roman Empire. Edinburgh, Esslingen, Wien: Historic Scotland and Deutsche Limeskommission. Chettle, S. (ed) 2006 Writing on the Wall.
The authors of this book delved into the history of the Wall that ran from coast to coast, dividing Britain in two. Occasionally the Romans would march north and consider the complete conquest of the island; at other times the northern tribes would spill over the Wall to pillage the Roman province.
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