Condercum Roman Fort - Temple of Antenociticus

Condercum Roman Fort - Temple of Antenociticus (StreetView)
Condercum was a Roman fort located along Hadrian's Wall in Northern England. The fort was built sometime between 122-124 AD and abandoned c. 5th century AD.

Most of the fort has been demolished and modern houses are built on the site. However, there are small remains of fort among the modern buildings. One them being a temple and the other being some foundations from another section of the fort.

Seen here, the temple was built within the fort and dedicated to Antenociticus. The foundations of the temple are clearly visible.
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