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Built by the Romans to bring order to the Brigantes tribe in the North of England, the remains of Isurium Brigantum can still be seen today beneath the village of Aldborough
Further details: The Brigantes tribe was the largest in Britain, spreading over most of the North of England. The invading Roman Army wished to bring order to this expansive area and its inhabitants; building its most northern civitas and creating a centre which was Isurium Brigantum. Now lying beneath the sleepy village of Aldborough, the remains of part of the town wall, mosaics, and a museum of artefacts can be visited.
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