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Altars found at Northumberland, 1753, at Risingham Castle

Altars found at Northumberland, 1753, at Risingham Castle

Medium: Ink on paper

Date: 1753

Shelfmark: Ktop XXXIII

Item number: 21

Genre: Topographical Drawing

These antiquities come from the Roman fort at Risingham, near West Woodburn in Northumberland. Originally part of the fortifications of Hadrian's Wall, the fort was built primarily to defend the crossing of the Dere Street over the River Rede.

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