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MONUMENT NO. 12616

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Eight inscriptions carved into the east facing side of a sandstone cliff in the Roman quarry in Combcrag Wood. The quarry lies circa 350m south of Hadrian's Wall and was used as a source of building material by the troops who built the wall.

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