Roman Forts - Building Stories from Stones (featuring 'Medieval Engineers')

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When what's left of most Roman forts are just a few stones in the ground, how do we know what they looked like, how they worked? Take a look! This video runs you through the basic parts found in most any Roman fort from Scotland to Jordan, and uses "Medieval Engineers" software to show something of how they may have looked in real life.



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I loved the transition from the real to reconstructed!

Author — Marek Rosa

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What an excellent video, enjoyable watch.

Author — Ethan Fernandez

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Nicely done, fun to watch and well explained.

Author — nilsc_

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It would take me 500 years to build this, lol. O.O

Author — Mr. Man

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I have been asking for this for long thank you!!

Author — Ernesto Rodriguez

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Excellent video! I am impressed on how you were able to construct models very closely on ME. Just earned a sub.

Author — Blackout 7491

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An excellent video of an extraordinary period in Western Civilization. Thanks

Author — Will Steiner

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I enjoy watching animatios of reconstructed forts. Well done. Please make them longer next time.

Author — Mark Gable

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Your voice is so calming and inviting, this was really informative and well constructed. Wish there were more people with you sounded weird but you get what I mean.

Author — Blitzer

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The temple mountain in Jerusalem is actually the Antonia fortification where 6, 000 Roman soldiers lived. The temple location was in the City Of David. Bob Cornuke did a great research about this topic.

Author — airplane800

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Remember in Latin the letter "C" is Always hard.

Author — jpavlvs

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Another revelatory 3D computer reconstruction, this one accompanied by much useful information.

Author — James Ellsworth

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Such a great video needs more views, I shall be sharing with friends.

Author — Adam Anderson

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Very nice video, loved the reconstructions!

Author — Manny Calavera

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I did enjoy the video. Very much. Thank you

Author — NelsonClick

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it feels almost like europe had stopped advancing its engineerings after the fall of Roman all the way through medieval period until industrial revolution.

Author — Jack the Gestapo

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hello, i have watch your video. actually, i'm a student of Newcastle University. And my game project is about Roman Fort but I don't know how to make those building models. Can you share those model with me or Can I pay for those models ?

Author — Jason Fang

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I didn't know the romans used 19th century style romanticized english wattle and daub

Author — Boban Orlovic

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What are the buildings outside the walls?

Author — Miguel Angel Rangel

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I liked this both as a student of History and as a player of Medieval Engineers. Awesome stuff.

Author — GerackSerack