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TURRET 19A

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The site of Roman turret 19A, part of the defences on Hadrian's Wall. The turret appears to have been dismantled in Roman times; evidence of the last occupation is from pottery, none of which dated later than AD 200. There is no trace apart from a 5 metre stretch of rough walling, 0.8 metres high, embodied within a hedge at NZ 0286 6859. The rest of the turret is under the road.

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