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Patricia Alice Albrecht

Patricia Alice Albrecht is an American actress, voice actress, writer and poet. She was best known for her role of Phyllis "style" Gabor, antagonistic vocalist of the fictional group of misfits in the animated series Jim from 1985 to 1988. Her ot ...

Alina Romanowski

Romanowski from Illinois. Her parents emigrated to the United States, her father from Poland and mother from Canada. She received a masters degree in international relations and a bachelors degree at the University of Chicago. She also attended t ...

Carrie Gerlach Cecil

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Kent Bye

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Anne Trubek

Anne Trubek is the author and founder and Director of the publishing belt. She wrote history and uncertain future of handwriting, and the skeptic guide to the homes of writers. She co-rust-belt chic: the Cleveland anthology and edited voices from ...

Cynthia McClain-Hill

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Milecastle 0

Milecastle 0 is possible milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall, which is probably already available at the Fort Segedunum. Although its existence has been suggested by historian Peter hill, no evidence of this milecastle was found. It is unclear ...

Milecastle 1

Milecastle 1 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It was located near Valley Scotts prisoners of war. Its remains, and under the earth stay in Millers den. Early excavations and research tower 0V was misinterpreted as Milecastle 1. In Mil ...

Milecastle 2

Milecastle 2 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Currently not visible, is built on, but the probable place or near the junction of the A187 Fossway and Tunstall Avenue, in the parish of Wallsend.

Milecastle 3

Milecastle 3 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. There is still there, but he was thought to have been located at the junction of the A187 bridge Byker and Stephen street.

Milecastle 4

Milecastle 4 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It still exist under the arts Centre Newcastle upon 67-75 Westgate road. This position is far from the predicted position, which is at these coordinates: 54.970440°n 1.608669°W / 54.970440 ...

Milecastle 5

Milecastle 5 was the first milecastle West of Pons Aelius Roman Fort Hadrians wall. No remains exist at milecastle, although its estimated position at the junction of the A186 Westgate road and Corporation street B1311. Currently there is still t ...

Milecastle 6

The exact location of this milecastle is unknown, but the wall in this area is held under A186. The area is built up with roads and townhouses and not milecastle still not known.

Milecastle 7

Milecastle 7 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. He milecastle was discovered by archaeologists and its proposed location lies under modern buildings. Roman finds were made in the area and related structures of turret 7B is a significant ...

Milecastle 8

Milecastle 8 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. His remains are in the West Denton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In milecastle has two associated turret structures, which are known as towers 8A and 8B of the tower. Turrets and milecastle was ex ...

Milecastle 9

Milecastle 9 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Its remains exist partially as a low platform, and are based in West Denton, 300 metres from the chapel farmhouse. However, the Northern part remains today on the modern roads. In milecast ...

Milecastle 10

Milecastle 10 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It is located near the modern village of Throckley in Tyne and wear, in the North of England. A large part of the milecastle lies beneath expensive, but partial remains of the North wall ...

Milecastle 11

Milecastle 11 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. There still exists, but the measured position is the middle of the old village of Throckley Bank, in the working Mens club.

Milecastle 12

Milecastle 12 milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. His remains lay under the town farm, Heddon-on-the-wall, with nothing visible on the surface.

Milecastle 13

Milecastle 13 was a short-axis milecastle and Northern gateway was identified as type I. such milecastles were built by the Legion II Augusta, which was founded in isca Augusta in Caerleon. In milecastle measured 15.24 m 50.0 m x 17.91 m 58.8 fee ...

Milecastle 14

Milecastle 14 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist at least on the West side) platform, South of the B6318 military road and about 1 kilometre to the West from a junction at Rudchester farm.

Milecastle 15

Milecastle 15 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist as a bold platform with a robbed wall, located on the South side of the B6318 military road around 3 km West from its crossing of the A69 road. It was not excavated.

Milecastle 16

Milecastle 16 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. In the milecastle is located at Harlow hill, Northumberland. No visible surface remains of the milecastle or associated towers.

Milecastle 17

Milecastle 17 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. In the milecastle is located near to the whittle Dene reservoirs and is visible as a platform in the ground. Just 174m West of the milecastle is a distinct change in the design of the wal ...

Milecastle 18

Milecastle 18 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It is located to the West of the village of East Wallhouses in Northumberland and is visible as a platform in the ground. In the milecastle has a unique design with the gateway associated ...

Milecastle 19

Milecastle 19 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Located just to the East of the village of Matfen piers, milecastle today covered by the B6318 military road. In the milecastle is notable for the opening of the altar by Eric Birley in 1 ...

Milecastle 20

Milecastle 20 was one of the milecastles on Hadrians wall. It is located in the village of Halton shields, and was excavated in 1935. There are no visible traces of the milecastle above the ground.

Milecastle 21

Milecastle 21 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. The site was identified only measurements as milecastles, the remains were fully removed. Its probably because of the vast mineral resources in the area, which is now under pasture.

Milecastle 22

22 Milecastle was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It still exist, at least, hidden platform of turf East of Portgate roundabout. Platform 0.5 m on the East side, reducing only a parch mark on the West side.

Milecastle 23

Milecastle 23 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist as a low, grass covered platform with traces of an external ditch. It is located to the South of the B6318 military road around 1.5 km West of its junction with the A68.

Milecastle 24

Milecastle 24 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist as a low platform, and are located to the South of the B6318 military road around 3 km West from its junction with the A68.

Milecastle 25

Milecastle 25 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist as a low platform, and are located to the South of the B6318 military road high), almost 5 km West from its junction with the A68.

Milecastle 26

Milecastle 26 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Its position just South of, but mostly covered by the B6318 military road., and it is about 700 metres to the East of the B6318 military road junction with the A6079. Currently, there are ...

Milecastle 27

Milecastle 27 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It was located on the line of Hadrians wall, about halfway between A6079 and North of the river Tyne. Its remnants survive in the form of a small square platform with a maximum height of ...

Milecastle 28

Milecastle 28 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall in England. Currently not visible. Its location directly South of the B6318 military road in Walwick.

Milecastle 29

Milecastle 29 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Its remains exist as a mutilated earth platform is compounded by deep robber-trenches on all sides and are next to the B6318 military road. As Milecastles 9, 23, 25, and 51, the ditch was ...

Milecastle 30

Milecastle 30 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. It continues to exist as external, escarpment with a height of 0.8 meters. Masonry from the East wall remains in place. The remaining stretch is 3.1 metres in length with a thickness of 2 ...

Milecastle 31

Milecastle 31 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Its remains exist as a turf covered platform beside the B6318 military road, just to the East of Carrawburgh Fort.

Milecastle 32

Milecastle 32 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall. Its remains exist as earthworks and exposed. The layout of the milecastle walls is defined by robber trenches. On the North wall under wall art.

Milecastle 33

Milecastle 33 was a milecastle of the Roman Hadrians wall, one of a series of small fortlets built at intervals of approximately one Roman mile along the length of the UNESCO world heritage site in Northern England. Its remains exist as clearly v ...

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