Let me make a suggestion, Adam.Put in a link for persons interested to go to.This Hadrians Wall - right across the north of England, Northumberland,was built by the "legions' of Emperor Hadrian - AD 122.Being so long - even in English mileage - it certainly wasn't built in 7 days!(Just joking!!)Link:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadrian%27s_WallHopefully by giving a link - interested persons who are never likely to leave theirhome state in the USA - might just improve their geography of the World.The World is bigger than what I call the 4 Square US Syndrome - Seattle, Northern Maine, Key Biscayne and then San Diego and back to Seattle. The "Romans" of Imperial times were incredible builders and fortifiers.Aqueducts to carry precious water were constructed and remains are still to be seenin various European and North African countries.Maybe you and Daisy should save up - eat at home and not give money to "fast food outlets" - see the World whilst young, you'll never regret it.I did.CheersB J Hunnicut aka Colin (Australia0
Oh dear and "O" at the end of Australia should be ")".Colin
I'm voting for see the world instead of fast food outlets Huggybear's idea!
Wow, the Roman! Interesting fact!xoxowww.its-dash.com
You always post neat things.
Long live Scotland!
The Romans weren't all powerful then
I didn't know the history of that...
Those wild and savage highlanders! Rome met its match.
Rome seemed to have taken over everything at one point...forget sparta, we are rome!!!! Lol
The Romans thought the Scots complete barbarians and Hadrian built a wall across Britain to keep them out of the empire.
That I did know.
Nice fact :)
Scotland is a place I've always wanted to visit.
I would dearly love to visit Scotland....and I love the stone fence in your photo.
BJIt is a wall - always referred to as a wall.B J HunnicutPS: I hope you like "haggis" ????