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ID: 7026073
 

Record Type: administrative
Hierarchy of Halton Chesters (deserted settlement)  Halton Chesters (deserted settlement)

Note: Was a Roman fort astride Hadrian's Wall; was enlarged south of the Wall in the 3rd century CE.

Names:
Halton Chesters (preferred,C,V)
Onnum (H,V)
Hunnum (H,V)

Hierarchical Position:
Hierarchy of World (facet)    World (facet)
Hierarchy of Europe (continent)  ....  Europe (continent) (P)
Hierarchy of United Kingdom (nation)  ........  United Kingdom (nation) (P)
Hierarchy of England (country)  ............  England (country) (P)
Hierarchy of Northumberland (county)  ................  Northumberland (county) (P)
Hierarchy of Halton Chesters (deserted settlement)  ....................  Halton Chesters (deserted settlement) (P)

Additional Parents:
Hierarchy of World (facet)    World (facet)
Hierarchy of Roman Empire (former nation/state/empire)  ....  Roman Empire (former nation/state/empire) (P,H)
Hierarchy of Britannia (province)  ........  Britannia (province) (P)
Hierarchy of Halton Chesters (deserted settlement)  ............  Halton Chesters (deserted settlement) (P,H)

Place Types:
deserted settlement (preferred, C)  ............  was a Roman site
archaeological site (C)  ............  gates, forehall, granary, barracks, stables, bath house and other buildings are known
inhabited place (H)
fortification (H)

Sources and Contributors:
Halton Chesters..........  [VP Preferred]
.............................  Athena, Romano-British Sites [online] (2000)
Hunnum..........  [VP]
.................  Perseus Digital Library (2000-) based on Princeton, accessed 7 March 2001
Onnum..........  [VP]
..............  Athena, Romano-British Sites [online] (2000)
Subject: .....  [VP]
..................  Athena, Romano-British Sites [online] (2000)
..................  Perseus Digital Library (2000-) based on Princeton, accessed 7 March 2001
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]

 

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