The Roman Wall of St Albans was built between AD 265 and 270 to defend the city of Verulamium. At its peak, it towered at a height of five metres and was topped by a walkway protected by a 1.8 metre parapet. There are several remains still visible on a wander around Verulamium Park.
Remains of the Roman Wall of St Albans, Hertfordshire, April 2020
Copyright Debbie Smyth, 13 April 2020
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