castrum

castrum

An ancient fortified town, castle, or fort.
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Contract notice: mastery of work for the resumption of a part of the wall of the castrum
2 does not allow players to skip the cutscenes in Castrum, Meridianum and Praetorium, and there are reasons behind this.
Novae is a standard military garrison settlement with a castrum plan and in this settlement a valetudinarium (military hospital) and a building for public bath exists, serving military personnel for hygienic and healthcare purposes (40-42).
Respecto a la ordenacion del espacio rural anterior a la conquista, la zona estudiada esta estructurada en unas pocas y extensas demarcaciones dependientes de un castrum, termino perfectamente equiparable al hisn islamico ya que tal como senalan Guichard y Senac, aquello que los arabes denominan hisn los cristianos lo designan como castra (17) o castillo (18).
Castrum Leonis neu Chastellion yw'r enw a roddir ar Gastell Holt a adeiladwyd dan orchymyn Edward I rhywbryd yn fuan ar ol diwedd y rhyfel gyda Llywelyn ap Gruffudd.
The plot was foiled by the New South Wales JCTT's Operation Castrum.
According to the protocols signed between Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Laboratory of Archaeometry), Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca and the town hall of Turda (the History Museum of Turda), the use of this method will be extended in the perimeter of the 5th Macedonian Legion Castrum from Potaissa, in order to identify other structures--typical to military and civilian construction--from the imperial epoch.
If we compare the location of the island of OrmsAaAaAeA with that on t River Daugava where castrum Holme was constructed, striking similarities stand out.
Boasting a long and rich history, Castell Coch was built upon the ruins of a medieval fortress once known as Castrum Rubeum or The Red Castle - a site which lay in ruins for centuries before its revival at the hands of the Third Marquess of Bute and his architect William Burges.
Castellum is the diminutive form of castrum, or fortified place.
When he had sexagenaria tranquillius died, the widow departed ageret in castrum suum, quod London, and so that she, ruri habebat, se recepit" already in her sixties could (fol.