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  • Heredia Normandy and the Normans The Old Things The Battle of Hastings The Roman Roads in Picardy The Reward of Letters The Eye-openers The Public On Entries
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  • First and Last by Hilaire Belloc The Roman Roads in Picardy 114642First and Last — The Roman Roads in PicardyHilaire Belloc If a man were asked
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  • antiquaries to many Roman or reputed Roman roads in various parts of Britain, and English map-makers and inferior writers on Roman roads still perpetuate
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  • contributed to the 'Archæologia.'His favourite pursuit was to trace the Roman roads in his native country, and he is said to have walked over nearly the
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  • ascribes to her the construction of many old castles, and a number of old Roman roads are also known by the name of Chaussées de Brunehaut. Authorities.—Gregory
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  • the Four Roads were the principal highways of Roman Britain. This, however, is not the case. Icknield Street is not Roman and the three roads which follow
    334 bytes (453 words) - 16:37, 25 December 2012
  • the family plate, made barometers, and commenced his investigations on Roman roads. About 1817 he became for a short time classical assistant to the Rev
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  • an inscription we learn that it was a colony. An important network of Roman roads here branches out, joining the city to Cilium and Theveste on the north;
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  • their ‘Archæologia,’ including ‘Conjectures concerning some undescribed Roman Roads and other Antiquities in the County of Durham,’ vii. 74; ‘A Letter from
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  • Italy, leading. S.E. from Rome. It was probably one of the oldest of Roman roads, leading to the pass of Algidus, so important in the early military history
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  • observations, though he had the odd idea that he could judge better of Roman roads ‘by consulting books in his closet than by examining them on the spot’
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  • by the barbarian invasions it had become an important centre whence Roman roads branched out in all directions. The remains of ancient baths and of a
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  • ground; the word is also used of old paved highways, such as the Roman military roads. “Causey” is still used dialectically in England for a paved or cobbled
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  • Itinerarium ITINERARIUM (i.e. road-book, from Lat. iter, road), a term applied to the extant descriptions of the ancient Roman roads and routes of traffic, with
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  • by Constantine about A.D. 315. The Via Appia was the most famous of Roman roads; Statius, Silvae, ii. 2. 12, calls it longarum regina viarum. It was
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  • by Kenneth Grahame The Roman Road 2019225The Golden Age — The Roman RoadKenneth Grahame THE ROMAN ROAD ALL the roads of our neighbourhood were
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  • June 1898  (1898)  The Roman Highways By David Russell McAnally 1393781Popular Science Monthly Volume 53 June 1898 — The Roman Highways By David Russell
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  • to county historians. To John Nichols he presented an essay ‘On the Roman Roads and Stations in Leicestershire’ (Hist. of Leicestershire, vol. i. p.
    311 bytes (554 words) - 20:09, 12 January 2013
  • XXXIII. The Romans: Scotland Balk 348451The Hall of Waltheof — XXXIII. The Romans: Scotland BalkSidney Oldall Addy AN ancient road or raised bank
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  • still to discuss the roads of the ancient and mediæval worlds, and the commerce for which those roads were mainly used. A road may be, for our purposes
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