Chapter 4, Hadrian’s Wall

Check out our new website!

National and Domestic History of England, Magna Charta, writen by W.H.S. Aubrey in 1869.

Chapter 4, 78 AD to 306 AD – Agricola

In A.D. 120, however, the incursions of the Caledonians, and some indications of unsettledness in the south, called for the presence of the emperor Hadrian. No record exists of his exploits, but from various medals it appears that he drove back the northern tribes, and constructed a rampart and ditch from the Tyne to the Solway Frith, much stronger than that made by Agricola between the Clyde and the Frith of Forth. The remains of Hadrian’s Wall still exist, and attest its massive strength. It was fortified by Read More >>>

By: Shine

Who’s Shine? buy Shine a coffee and find out
Click Here to Buy Shine a Coffee!

Check out some more history

1999 - Sting releases the song "Brand New Day"
1983 - Huey Lewis and the News release the album Sports

Sharing it!

NO: 2674

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: