The Antonine Wall was a layered system comprised of various components. The physical barrier was a ditch and rampart constructed from turf. Military operations were sustained from a network of forts all connected via a Military road.
At the time of the Roman occupation, the area of the Antonine Wall became a strictly military zone, with an estimated total force of 9,000 auxiliary and legionary soldiers stationed along this area of the wall. The number of soldiers sent north to build and man this northerly wall was similar to that which manned Hadrian’s Wall. Using the The Antonine Wall. 559 likes. Celebrating the Antonine Wall, begun around AD 142, remnants of which remain right from Clydebank through to Falkirk. Apr 01, 2009 · Attributing its construction to the Roman army, this comprehensive study identifies the Antonine Wall as evidence of the Roman presence in Scotland and fully documents its historical background. With complete archaeological and architectural details, this unique exploration of the northern outpost of the Roman Empire is a thoroughly informative The Wall. The Antonine Wall, known to the Romans as Vallum Antonini, was a turf fortification on stone foundations.It was built by the Romans across what is now the Central Belt of Scotland, between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Clyde.
Antonine Wall Abstract: Northernmost frontier barrier of the Roman Empire. The wall was intended to expand the Romans' control in Britain, but the wall suffered many attacks and was abandoned eight years after completion.
Antonine Wall 3D Models 74 models-6 subscribers. Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Embed Share Report collection Report collection The Antonine Wall was a layered system comprised of various components. The physical barrier was a ditch and rampart constructed from turf. Military operations were sustained from a network of forts all connected via a Military road. For while the impressive Roman wall which was established in 122 AD and runs right across the north of England between Carlisle and Newcastle is now world-famous, a symbol of Roman engineering and military prowess, Scotland’s Antonine Wall, built two decades later, remains largely unknown.