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 Roman Birds.Roman de Chevalier de Lyon, 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Roman Remains in England.
 
The most remarkable are the following:—   1
   The phares, church, and trenches in Dover.   2
   Chilham Castle, Richborough, and Reculver forts.   3
   Silchester (Berkshire), Dorchester, Nisconium (Salop), and Caerleon, amphitheatres.   4
   Hadrian’s wall, from Tyne to Boulness.   5
   The wall, baths, and Newport Gate of Lincoln.   6
   Verulam, near St. Albans.   7
   York (Eboracum), where Sevrus and Constantius Chlorus died, and Constantine the Great was born.   8
   Bath, etc.   9
 


 Roman Birds.Roman de Chevalier de Lyon, 

 
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