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English: Photo taken by me of the reconstructed main gate - photo taken from the nearby road. Shows the aspect of the gate facing onto the Roman compound.
Date 2006-07-20 (original upload date)
(Original text : 6 August 2006)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia
(Original text : Own work)
Author Original uploader was Snowmanradio at en.wikipedia
(Original text : snowmanradio)
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52° 22′ 21.79″ N, 1° 29′ 47.66″ W

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