's Wall, Northumberland, captured by Matt Walker of Sunderland
Corbridge Roman Town - Hadrian
's Wall (c) English Heritage
's relationship with Sabina, his neglected wife, injects another strikingly contemporary edifice into Hadrians
emotional landscape, deftly capturing a marriage bereft of intimacy.
These 'Romans' would walk the length of Hadrian
's Wall in aid of the Cancer Relief Fund.
"Residents all commented how much they enjoyed having their hair cut by Lenny -- we hope he will come back to Hadrian
"With a low entry price, assured NET yield of 7%, and excellent potential for capital growth, Hadrian
's Tower will appeal to buy-to-let investors around the world.
The area, which stretches across north England from Cumbrian Roman coastal defences in the west through Maryport, along Hadrian
's Wall through Carlisle and to Newcastle in the east, really does have something for everyone.
Nigel Mills, director of world heritage and access for the Hadrian
's Wall Trust, said the discovery of a Roman temple as well as the settlement that developed around the fort were an important part of the Roman Empire and plans are in place to begin excavating civilian buildings.
is a 3D human modelling and task analysis system capable of simulating discrete physical interactions that are based on the complex limitations of real people, rather than generic population data.
's Wall has been organised by Hadrian
's Wall Heritage and is a flagship event to launch British Tourism Week 2010 (March 15-21).
Recognizing that the empire was getting too big to control, Hadrian
reversed Trajan's policy of  -- He withdrew from Mesopotamia.
is most famous for Hadrian
's Wall in the north of England, which still stands today in a wild, uncompromisingly fearsome way, providing a reminder of the Roman heel, which once stamped its power on this country.