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MONUMENT NO. 12534

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Inscriptions cut by Roman quarrymen while repairing Hadrians Wall in the early third century AD. The local stone is St Bees sandstone, and the blocks appear to have been prised out of the rock face, exploiting the natural fault lines. theer is evidence for other working methds, notably herring-bone pick marks and the cutting out of steps or wedges.

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