castrum

castrum

An ancient fortified town, castle, or fort.
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Devizes Castle took its name from the Medieval Latin castrum ad divisas, meaning 'the castle at the boundaries', because it stood at the central point of three Manors
The Castrum Thorna civic association from the village of Tur#328a nad Bodvou has attempted to save the ruins of the castle since 2015, the TASR newswire reported.By now, they have only removed the woods but in the future they would like to preserve the castle walls.
Built around 55AD, the Roman fort or castrum was part of a system of frontier posts from a legion based at Caerleon, founded by the Roman general Julius Frontinus upon his conquest of the Silures, a powerful and warlike tribe of ancient Britons who occupied south Wales.
But Alice (above, with food history expert Jill Hatch) is most interested in its roots as a castrum - a garrison - which was set up by Roman Emperor Vespasian in 79AD.
--Des triades d'epitaphes montrent que ce serait Stevus qui aurait fait changer le nom de la cite d'Illiberis en Castrum Helenae.
As explained in the (https://na.finalfantasyxiv.com//lodestone/topics/detail/75c691f90f4a7da3907f0671ac33e139e9792abf) patch notes published on the "Final Fantasy XIV" website, patch 4.2 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).