Marking the farthest reaches of the Roman Empire, Hadrian's Wall extended from Segedunum on the River Tyne in the east all the way to Solway Firth in the west - an impressive 73 miles long. Today the wall is the best-preserved frontier of the Roman Empire, with great stretches of the construction still intact whilst the surrounding area is scattered with forts and temples.
Join archaeologist Mike Stone to explore these magnificent remains set in dramatic landscapes of ancient Britannia.
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