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castrum 
ancient Roman fortification
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Instance ofancient monument,
ancient Roman structure
Subclass ofRoman fortification,
military camp
Location Ancient Rome
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Castra or Roman Forts are scattered all over the territory of the former Roman Empire and beyond. In several countries, reconstructions have been done.

General Layout[edit]

Castrum (Italy)[edit]

Arbeia (Newcastle-upon-Tyne)[edit]

Porolissum, Dacia (modern Transylvania, Romania)[edit]

Lunt (Coventry)[edit]

Masada[edit]

Neckarburken ORL53 (Germany)[edit]

Oberscheidental ORL52 (Germany)[edit]

Saalburg (Germany)[edit]

Schneidershecke WP10/37 (Germany)[edit]

Welzheim (Germany)[edit]

Potaissa, Dacia (modern Turda, Romania)[edit]

Others[edit]