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English: Othona or Othonae was the name of an ancient Roman fort of the Saxon Shore at the location of the modern village Bradwell-on-Sea in Essex, England. Some of the Roman building material was re-used in the 7th century church of St Peter-on-the-Wall, and enough of the rampart survived until the 17th century, when it was described as a "huge ruin".
Castra Othona 
Roman fort
Instance of castrum
Part of Saxon Shore
Location United Kingdom
Authority control

51° 44′ 06″ N, 0° 56′ 24″ E

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