The Roman fort at Ribchester (Bremetennacum Veteranorum) was established during the first phase of Roman occupation of Britain, some time in the early 70s AD. The fort was built at a river crossing over the Ribble, at a point where Roman roads from Chester, York, and Carlisle converged.
A small section of Roman wall survives on the slope below Lancaster Castle. The wall is near the rear of Mitre House and is thought to have been part of the last Roman fort on the site, erected some time in the 4th century, probably around 330 AD. What we see today is the core of the wall, as all the facing stones have disappeared. Off St Georges Quay,
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