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The Roman Stones at the Hunterian Museum, Glasgow

I always think that the Antonine Wall is Britain’s most underrated Roman monument. While Hadrian’s Wall is recognised throughout the world as a potent and unmistakeable symbol of Britain’s Roman heritage, its shorter, more northerly counterpart is almost forgotten, despite being viewed today as ‘the most complex and highly developed of all frontiers constructed by the Roman army’ (David Breeze,  461 more words

Antonine Wall

Opération Séduction 4: Ambush

Cynthia, the heroine of Opération Séduction, is based on a real woman I know who has struggled with her weight. This individual has no idea that she’s in my book. 1,407 more words

Linnet's Fiction

Roman Relief

Detail of the Roman funerary portrait Sabdibel and Yarkhibonna (CE 150/200), a limestone relief excavated from the ancient Aramaic city of Palymyra in central Syria, on display in the permanent collection of the Portland Art Museum.