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MILECASTLE 36

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The site of Roman milecastle 36 on Hadrian's Wall. The milecastle was excavated in 1946 and was found to have a long axis and narrow walls. The south gate was destroyed and the north gate was reconstructed in a post-Hadrianic period and then blocked. The featureless interior part of the milecastle is overlain by Wall tumble. Robber trenches are on the east and west walls up to 0.5m deep.

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