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A View of Different Parts of the Roman Walls. At Silchester

A View of Different Parts of the Roman Walls. At Silchester

Medium: Pencil and ink on paper

Date: 1742

Shelfmark: Ktop XIV

Item number: 85-f

Genre: Topographical Drawing

Unlike many other Roman towns, Silchester still has well preserved architectural remains. The walls pictured are made from flint rubble with limestone bonding. They extend for nearly a mile and a half, and stand up to 12 feet tall.

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