Hadrian's wall

Allan, Anthony
February 1993
UNESCO Courier;Feb93, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p46
Highlights the history of the 80-mile long border between England and Scotland. Northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire; Maintenance and conservation.


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