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OF HADRIAN'S WALL ITSELF THE OUTPOSTSHadrian's Wall itself the outposts coastal defences and an appendix Hadrian's Wall itself the outposts and coastal defences and an appendix the anatomy of a Roman fort along with a bibliography containing useful websites the authors show a farcomplex and fascinating history than has been traditionally envisaged illuminated by over superb Genocide of One photographs and maps many in full colour.