Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales

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Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales

  • Facts and Information about the location of Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales
  • Ancient Roman Forts Ancient Roman Roads
  • Roman Temples and Villa
  • Roman Towns in England and Wales

Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales

Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales
The Roman occupation of England lasted for nearly 500 years. Ancient Roman Architecture and buildings left their mark on England and Wales. The art and science of Ancient Roman Architecture resulted in the building of fortresses, villas, temples, towns, baths, great walls and Roman roads - changing the face of Britain forever. This page details many of the famous sites and locations of Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales

Structures developed during the period of Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales
The era of Ancient Roman Architecture moving from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire saw the development and construction of new structures and buildings. Ancient Roman Architecture was responsible for the development of: Basilicas, Baths, Amphitheaters, Triumphal arches, Villas, Roman Temples, Roman Roads, Roman Forts, Stockades and Aqueducts. Many of these structures and buildings of Ancient Roman Architecture were built in in England and Wales during the Roman occupation of the country. Elements of their architecture and design influenced the castle building techniques of the English Medieval era!

Examples of Ancient Ancient Roman Architecture remains in Britain
There are many examples of ancient Ancient Roman Architecture ruins and remains - walls, roads, villas and forts in England and Wales.
The following list of locations and sites of the remains of famous Ancient Roman architecture in England and Wales are by no means exhaustive - but the list gives an indication of the range of the land which was covered by the Romans! A list of the sites of famous and important Ancient Roman architecture which were constructed in England and Wales are as follows:

  • Roman Villa - Kings Weston - Avon
  • Roman Altar and Fort - Lanchester - Durham
  • Roman Town - Londinium
  • Lullington - Roman Country House - Kent
  • Roman Villa - Newport
  • Villa - Newport
  • Fort - Pevensey
  • Fort - Piercebridge
  • Fort - Rochester
  • Baths - Ravenglass
  • Fort - Smith Shields
  • Roman Town - Wroxeter
  • Roman Town - York
  • Roman Fort - Ambleside
  • Antonine Wall - Strathclyde
  • Fort - Ardoch
  • Baths - Bath
  • Villa - Bignor
  • Roman Fort - Binchester
  • Roman Road - Blackstone Edge
  • Roman Fort - Burgh Castle
  • Fortress - Caerleon - Gwent
  • Fort - Chesters - Hexham
  • Town - Cirencester ( Corinium) - Glos.
  • Roman 'Steps' - Gwent
  • Roman Town - Dorchester, Dorset
  • Roman Villa - Fishbourne, Sussex
  • Roman Fort - Hardknott - Cumbria
  • Roman Fort - High Rochester - Northumberland

Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales
The Roman occupation of England lasted for nearly 500 years. Ancient Roman Architecture and buildings left their mark on England and Wales as the above remains will testify.

Roman Architecture
Roman Roads
Roman Forts
Roman Temples
Hadrians Wall

Londinium

Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales

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  • Facts and Information about the location of Ancient Roman Architecture in England and Wales
  • Ancient Roman Forts
  • Ancient Roman Roads
  • Roman Temples and Villa

Roman Architecture
Roman Roads
Roman Forts
Roman Temples
Hadrians Wall

Londinium


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