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Howburn Digger wrote:
tiompan wrote:
Howburn Digger wrote:
. Right in the middle near Dunkeld they built Inchtuthil- a full scale legionary fortress. That was possibly the place called "Victoria" on Ptolemy's 2nd century map.
Whether less than 30,000 Caledonians were slaughtered or not, the evidence shows Mons Graupius was a triumph for Rome and the Caledonians got thoroughly beaten. The effect on the cultur.

And site of a Neolithic long mortuary enclosure .

And very close to the massive cursus of The Cleaven Dyke!

I hould have said the Long Mortuary Enclosure was in the middle of what was to be the fortress .

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24th February 2011ce

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