7 edition of Life in a Roman Fort (Picture the Past) found in the catalog.
January 30, 2005
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||32|
Roman Life in the Fort Booking Enquiry. KS2 & KS3: Archaeology, Drama, History & Local History. Dates. Please contact the Museum to book. The workshop can be adapted for KS3 and SEND groups. Workshop Summary. What was it like to be a Roman soldier? Children pretend to be new recruits in the Roman Army and arrive at Segedunum Fort for their. An image derived from LiDAR shows evidence of an ancient Roman fort that long ago disappeared from the naked eye. ("With LiDAR, we discovered in a few months more prehistoric archaeological.
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