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LANCASTER ROMAN FORT

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The site of Lancaster Roman fort. The fort was probably Agricolan in origin, and was rebuilt in timber in the Trajanic period when it apparently housed a cavalry unit. Third century stone buildings have been identified, and it was reduced in size in circa 367 AD to form a Saxon Shore type fort.

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