Ancient Roman Roundhouse Unearthed at Bamburgh Castle


Ancient Roman Roundhouse Discovered at Bamburgh Castle in Northern England 

Health Editor’s Note: As is often the case, the Romans were the first to build at what is now Bamburgh Castle in Northern England. Castles are often placed on land that would give its inhabitants an advantage against intruders. Romans were good at finding the best areas to defend and those that would be most difficult to breech. While Bamburgh Castle is defined as a Medieval Castle this place of importance for Britians began as a Roman roundhouse built over 2,000 years ago when ‘Romans occupied Britain. The decision to dig a little deeper yielded a welcome surprise……Carol   


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  1. The only roads in the UK that are not one lane paved goat paths were laid out by the Romans. While widening one straight “A” roadways, crews unearthed ruins of lost Roman governors palace at Fishbourne. Excavation opened a 2000 ft long, wooden piping system, which began to flow water again. A nearby tidal grist mill operated until the 1700s and has been restored. This mill operated on both rising and falling tides, disproving the rising ocean level hypothesis of Carbon climate forcing. Roman engineering was centuries ahead of the rest of the planet at the time.

    • Joseph, Romans were masters at road building, rubble filled walls for buildings, Hadrian’s Wall, their type of cement, terracing, and planting vineyards. Their terraced vineyards that line the Mosel River in Germany and many other rivers were efficient, effective, and were always where the most sun would reach. The Romans did the hard work, but they did use a lot of co-opted labor in the areas they moved in to. They even were able to tame the Picts of southern Scotland for a time…

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