ⓘ Cardiff Roman Fort

                                     

ⓘ Cardiff Roman Fort

Cardiff Roman Fort was a coastal fort in the Roman province of Britannia Superior, of which Roman Wales was a part. Its original Latin name is uncertain. Its remains are incorporated into Cardiff Castle in the modern capital city of Wales.

                                     
  • is also thought to have been a Roman road near the site linking to Cardiff Roman Fort and eastwards to Newport. In 1855, the first horse race took place
  • 8 - acre fort established by the Romans near the mouth of the River Taff in AD 75, in what would become the north western boundary of the centre of Cardiff was
  • Roman fort The castle was commissioned either by William the Conqueror or by Robert Fitzhamon, and formed the heart of the medieval town of Cardiff and
  • amphitheatre Caersws Roman Forts Powys Caerwent, Monmouthshire. Roman town - the only one in Wales Cardiff Roman Fort Cold Knap, Barry Cowbridge Roman Town probably
  • Caerau, named after the Welsh language word for Fort sits at the base of a hill slope on the edge of Cardiff In 2012, Caerau Hillfort underwent a dig by
  • The timeline of Cardiff history shows the significant events in the history of Cardiff which transformed it from a small Roman fort into the modern capital
  • Until the Romans established their fort which they built on the earlier Silures settlement, the area that would become known as Cardiff remained outside
  • Cair Seiont is a Roman fort on the outskirts of Caernarfon in Gwynedd, North Wales. The fort which survived until the end of the Roman occupation of Britain
  • Carmarthen via Alabum Llandovery Cardiff Roman Fort to the south and Isca Augusta, Caerleon, the main base for the Roman legion locally. The site was excavated
  • SAM: GM171: Cardiff Castle and Roman Fort coflein NPRN: not yet identified. GGAT PRN not yet identified. Cadw SAM: GM296: Pen y lan Roman Site coflein
  • was recovered from the Roman gold mine at Dolaucothi in west Wales, and is preserved at the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff The army were at the forefront