The Roman Army of The Late Republic, Turf and Timber Roman Fort, Wall and Tower.
The Roman Army of The Late Republic, Turf and Timber Roman Fort, Straight Wall Section, with Tower (20pcs) – Turf and Timber was quick, easy to obtain, and extremely effective. from the first century AD or earlier, Turf and Timber forts were common, but after that date forts were normally built in stone, because with settled frontiers units were far less likely to move on from permanent bases. Some Roman forts could hold up to 6,000 people. As well as barracks for soldiers, they had stables, a butcher shop and bakery and administrative offices.
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