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" Wall, composed of layers of stone, brick, and terras, 9 feet thick and 20 feet high. This wall was flanked by circular towers at each angle, and had four gateways, answering nearly to the four cardinal points of the compass, from which, in subsequent... "
The Lives of the Twelve Caesars - Page 51
by Elisa Rogers - 1811
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The new universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary. [With] Atlas, Volume 1

Clement Cruttwell - 1798
...cnmpofed of layers ot tlone, brick, and terns, nine feet in thickncfs, and twenty feet in height : this wall was flanked by circular towers at each angle, and had four gateways, anrWering nearly to the foue cardinal points of the tompafs, from which, ti 4 ia in fubfcq'jent tiroes,...
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The political state of the British empire, Volume 1

John Adolphus - Great Britain - 1818
...compofed of layers of ftonc, brick, and terras, nine feet in thicknefs, and twenty feet in height : this wall was flanked by circular towers at each angle, and had four gate-ways, anfwermg nearly to the cardinal points of the compais, from \vhich, in fubfcquent times, the principal...
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Aquae Solis, Or Notices of Roman Bath

Harry Mengden Scarth - Bath (England) - 1864 - 137 pages
...was surrounded by a strong Wall, composed of layers of stone, brick, and terras, 9 feet thick and 20 feet high. This wall was flanked by circular towers...the compass, from which, in subsequent times, the principal streets had their denominations." The great " Foss Road" ran through the Roman City from...
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Aquae Solis, Or Notices of Roman Bath

Harry Mengden Scarth - Bath (England) - 1864 - 137 pages
...was surrounded by a strong Wall, composed of layers of stone, brick, and terras, 9 feet thick and 20 feet high. This wall was flanked by circular towers...the compass, from which, in subsequent times, the principal streets had their denominations." The great " Foss Road" ran through the Roman City from...
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