The last strong post of Hadrian's Wall was the fort of Segedunum , 6 miles east of Newcastle at Wallsend.
The narcissism of the aristocracy is evident here perhaps more than in most ‘great homes’. Notice how many of the family portraits adorning the walls look similar? The extensive assemblage here is the result of the common practice of mass production used at the time.
Well-preserved remains of a Roman cavalry fort, set among idyllic green woods and meadows near the village of Chollerford and originally constructed to house a unit of troops from Asturias in northern Spain.