Holiday event to feature two battles, a wedding . . and a Viking funeral
5 May 2009
ARMIES of Romans, Vikings, Roundheads, Cavaliers and Border Reivers will be re-garrisoning Hadrian’s Wall once again during the half-term holidays.
The Living Frontier will feature around 500 re-enactors in events at sites all along the Wall. The events include a march through Carlisle by soldiers from three eras, the first full Roman century to be stationed on the Wall for more than 1600 years and an attempt to re-populate Housesteads Roman Fort to the levels seen nearly two thousand years ago.
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