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Pons Aelius (Latin for "Aelian Bridge"), or Newcastle Roman Fort, was an auxiliary castra and small Roman settlement on Hadrian's Wall in the Roman province of Britannia Inferior (northern England), situated on the north bank of the River Tyne close to the centre of present-day Newcastle upon Tyne, and occupied between the 2nd and 4th centuries AD.

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  • Pons Aelius nebo také římská pevnost Newcastle byl podpůrný vojenský tábor (castrum) a římské městečko u Hadriánova valu v římské provincii Britannia Inferior (severní Anglie). Pevnost ležela na severním břehu řeky Tyne blízko centra dnešního města Newcastle upon Tyne a posádka v ní sídlila od 2. do 4. století.
  • Pons Aelius war ein römisches Brückenkopfkastell mit angeschlossener Zivilsiedlung auf dem Stadtgebiet von Newcastle upon Tyne (Metropolitan County), Tyne and Wear, England. Es gehörte zu der aus insgesamt 16 Kastellen bestehenden Festungskette des Hadrianswalls (per lineam valli), sicherte dessen östlichen Abschnitt und eine Brücke über den Fluss Tyne. Das Lager wurde etwa 300 Jahre, vermutlich von 122 bis 400 n. Chr. vom römischen Militär genutzt. Vom Kastell und der Brücke ist heute nichts mehr erhalten.
  • Pons Aelius (in italiano Ponte Elio), conosciuto anche come Forte romano di Newcastle, era un castrum di truppe ausiliarie di stanza sul Vallo di Adriano nella provincia romana della Britannia inferiore (nell'Inghilterra settentrionale) situato sulla riva nord del fiume Tyne, nei pressi del centro dell'attuale città di Newcastle upon Tyne.
  • Pons Aelius (Latin for "Aelian Bridge"), or Newcastle Roman Fort, was an auxiliary castra and small Roman settlement on Hadrian's Wall in the Roman province of Britannia Inferior (northern England), situated on the north bank of the River Tyne close to the centre of present-day Newcastle upon Tyne, and occupied between the 2nd and 4th centuries AD.
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