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MichaelH
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More stone lifted, and as before....
Photo 1. The wall on the right is not part of the AD.213 barracks, itís thought to be late 4th century, and divides this room in half. Some of the lower level flooring just below the soil level looks continuous under the wall. On the left is the north/south passageway

Photo 2. Looking west across the floor, the later wall and the other part of the room (where the barrows are) Notice those stone joints in a vertical line, not good building but maybe that helps the wall to move with the ground subsidence?? In the background is the intervallum road and west wall.
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