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Filename: 28982_027.jpg

Size: 5279 x 3523 (4.2MB)

Date: 26th May 2022

Source: Historic England

Credit: © Historic England Archive. Emm

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

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Vindolanda (Chesterholm) Roman fort in the snow, Northumberland, 2018

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This aerial photograph, titled "Vindolanda 28982_027" captures the ethereal beauty of Vindolanda (Chesterholm) Roman fort in Northumberland, blanketed by a pristine layer of snow. Taken in 2018 by talented photographer Emma Trevarthen, this image transports us back to ancient times when this formidable fortress stood as a symbol of Roman frontier defense. The ruins of Vindolanda come alive against the contrasting white landscape, showcasing the remarkable architectural prowess and strategic planning employed by the Romans. The intricate layout of the fort and its surrounding vicus are clearly visible from above, offering a glimpse into daily life within these historic walls. As we gaze upon this frozen scene, our imagination runs wild with stories of soldiers patrolling these very grounds centuries ago. We can almost hear their footsteps crunching through the snow as they diligently guarded against potential threats on Rome's northern border. Emma Trevarthen's expertly captured perspective allows us to appreciate both the grandeur and vulnerability that coexisted within Vindolanda's stone walls. It serves as a poignant reminder that even mighty empires succumb to time's relentless passage. This awe-inspiring photograph is not just an artistic masterpiece; it also serves as a valuable historical record that preserves moments like these for future generations to marvel at. Through Emma Trevarthen's lens, we are transported across time and space to witness firsthand one of England's most significant archaeological sites in all its wintry glory

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