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CONCAVATA

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CONGABATA
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The site of the Roman fort of Congabata at Drumburgh, part of the Hadrian's Wall defences along the Cumbrian coast. There are no visible remains. Excavations uncovered an earlier larger clay fort outside the stone fort. The site was occupied until the late 4th century.

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