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Arbeia Roman Fort was built around AD 161-180 and extended from 1.7 to 2.1 hectares after AD 200. Rationale was to extend capacity as a supply base.
The site was extended to include 22 granaries, After abandonment of the northern campaign Arbeia acted as a supply base for Hadrian’s Wall,

Today, we visited Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire then Arbeia Roman Fort and Vindolanda with both of latter being assocIated with Hadrian’s Wall.



Arbeia Roman Fort, South Shields, England

This partly reconstructed fort is located at the eastern end of Hadrian’s Wall overlooking the mouth of the River Tyne. Key facts:

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