Our signature publication written by Professor Anne S. Robertson was first published in 1960. Professor Lawrence Keppie took over the editorship with the Fourth Edition in 1990 and he has now produced this new and completely updated Sixth Edition, lavishly illustrated in colour reflecting the wealth of new excavation and survey work.
The Antonine Wall was recognised by UNESCO in 2008 as part of the Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage Site.
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About the Book
The Antonine Wall, constructed between the Forth and the Clyde in AD 142, was held by the Roman Army for about 20 years as the northern frontier of the province of Britannia. A continuous barrier of turd on a stone foundation, it ran for 60 kilometres, with a regular series of forts along it. The Antonine Wall was made a World Heritage Site in 2008.
This handbook outlines the historical and geographical background and provides a detailed guide to the remains on the ground. It is lavishly illustrated in colour.
By Anne S. Robertson, revised and edited by Lawrence Keppie
144 pages, 75 illustrations
Price £9.95 plus p&p. (£11.50 including postage for UK). For information about overseas postage please contact us.