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aerial photograph of Navio Roman fort and vicus Brough Derbyshire. Built on a defensive site at the confluence of the River Noe and the Bradwell Brook. A pile of stone slabs near the centre of the fort are just visible in the photograph and mark the remains of the Principia or headquarters building. There were four phases of construction at the site beginning with the first fort around.AD 80. This fort was abandoned for a short period around AD 125 and then re-established AD 154-158. The Principia, was constructed AD 158 and the fort continued in use until around AD 350 when it was abandoned. The fort had a well established Vicus shown in the centre of this image, the remains of which are thought to be well preserved but have been little investigated.

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