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MONUMENT NO. 15229

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A Roman dedication slab broken into two parts. The left hand part was found c.1715 at some unspecified site on or near the Wall and is now in the Chapter Library Durham. The right hand part was found in 1829 and was built into the doorway of the farm house at Bradley, 1 mile southwest of Housesteads. It is now in the Museum of Antiquities Newcastle. Both parts of the stone presumable came from Milecastle 38. Inscribed, IMP. GAS TRAIAN HADRIAN AUG LEG T AUG A PLATORIC EPOTE LEG PR P.

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