Roman soldiers defending Hadrian's Wall against an attack by the Scots
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|Caption||Roman soldiers defending Hadrian's Wall against an attack by the Scots. The wall proved to be an impregnable barrier. For the first time, the Scots were trapped in their own wild country and the Romans and Britons could go about their business in safety. Original artwork for illustration on p25 of Look and Learn issue no 848 (15 April 1978).|
|Creator||Harry Green, British (b.1920)|
|Artwork medium||gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Hadrian's Wall Romans Scots Scotland Scottish frontier barrier Northumberland ladder attacking Roman empire soldiers legionaries legions cloaks rain Britain England British English tower fortifications defence defending army military tcx ancient 2nd Century attack Harry Green|
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