Gallery | The Romans in North Britain: the Antonine Wall

PaulT: Antonine Wall west of Bonnybridge CC BY-SA 4.0 Ask most people what the northernmost frontier of Roman Britain was, and they would probably say it was Hadrian’s Wall. But there was, for a short time, a boundary further north: the Antonine Wall, now a World Heritage Site. This ran between the Firth of Clyde in the west and the Firth of Forth in the east. NormanEinstein: Map showing locations… Read more