Walking the Antonine Wall


Walking the Antonine Wall – A Journey from East to West Scotland

Alan Montgomery

Walking the Antonine Wall charts a voyage on foot along one of Scotland’s most fascinating ancient monuments, a 38-mile rampart constructed in the second century AD by the Romans to mark what would briefly become the northernmost limit of their vast empire. It is a personal account of historian Dr Alan Montgomery’s encounters with the enigmatic remains of this Roman frontier which have inspired myths and legends and intrigued and baffled generations of chroniclers, antiquarians and archaeologists. Leading through wild open spaces and along city streets, past curiosities man-made and natural, ancient and modern, it records a journey across central Scotland and through 2,000 years of captivating Scottish history.

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