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English: Detail of a legionary tablet c.142 AD found at Bo'ness on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth in 1868, near the eastern end of the Antonine Wall. It shows a Roman mounted auxiliary trampling conquered Picts.
Date 26 May 2012
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Author Kim Traynor


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