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Remains of Roman road discovered in Scotland

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Remains of Roman road discovered in Scotland
Remains of Roman road discovered in Scotland | Photo: Stirling Council

Near the Scottish city of Stirling, the remains of a Roman road were found, the first route of which was marked in the 1st century CE, during the military campaigns of Julius Agricola in Caledonia.

In fact, the road was used mainly in the 2nd-3rd centuries CE and supported, among others, war expeditions of the Antonines and Severans in the north of Britain.

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