What was Hadrian’s Wall in England used for?



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    Hadrian’s Wall was built by Roman conqueror’s in England, and gets its name from the Roman Emperor Hadrian.  Although not the northernmost point in conquered by Rome in England, the wall was built with the intent of solidifying and securing the more northern reaches of the Empire.  Hadrian’s wall is about eighty miles long, and took a total of six years to build.  It continued to be used for military purposes by the Roman Empire until about the year 400 AD.

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