Part of Hadrian’s Wall discovered in Newcastle city centre

Marble bust of Hadrian. Image: TimeTravelRome via Wikipedia CC BY 2.0
Marble bust of Hadrian. Image: TimeTravelRome via Wikipedia CC BY 2.0

A part of Hadrian’s Wall has been discovered in Newcastle city centre, the Guardian reported. The three-metre structure is believed to have been built during the earliest phases of the historic Roman wall, stretching back to around AD 120.

Source: The Guardian.

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