Blood of the Provinces
The Roman Auxila and the Making of Provincial Society from Augustus to the Severans
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Hadrian's Wall has been in the news again recently for all the wrong reasons. Occasional wits have pondered on its significance in the Scottish Referendum, neglecting the fact that it has never marked the Anglo-Scottish border, and was certainly not constructed to keep the Scots out. Others have mistakenly insinuated that it is closed for business, following the widely reported demise of the Hadrian's Wall Trust.
Posted on September 17, 2014
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