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Walk the Wall Film: Stills Photography and Drone Footage

Rediscovering the Antonine Wall

Walk the Wall Film: Stills Photography and Drone Footage

1              Introduction

West Dunbartonshire Council, on behalf of the Antonine Wall Management Plan Partners (and…

Walk the Wall Film: Short Films and Community Film

Rediscovering the Antonine Wall

Walk the Wall Film: Short Films and Community Film

1              Introduction

West Dunbartonshire Council, on behalf of the Antonine Wall Management Plan Partners (and…

A visit to Hadrian’s Wall

GREENHILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
TRIP TO HADRIAN S WALL

On Tuesday, 26th November, 2019, as part of the Antonine Wall Hadrian’s Wall project three members of the Greenhill Historic Society, Irene Ryan,…

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Lambhill sculpture in progress!

Work in progress… our sculpture to accompany the replica distance stone at Lambhill, being created by artist Malcolm Robertson. This will look out to the line of the Antonine…

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Scottish Archaeology Month 2020

To kickstart Scottish Archaeology Month we published some updates on the Rediscovering the Antonine Wall Project for each council area.

Here is the video for each:

 

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Kinneil Estate Statue is on site!

The Antonine Wall today

Activity

This map was made by people living along the Wall today. They drew the things that they liked best, like fishing in the canal or going for a walk.

After the Romans

What happened after the Romans left?

Activity

he Romans left the Antonine Wall around 162 AD. The buildings were destroyed but the rampart and the ditch remained and became part of…

The others walls

The Antonine Wall is part of the UNESCO Frontiers of the Roman Empire World Heritage site with Hadrian’s Wall and the German Limes. Learn more about UNESCO here