Post-Roman Vindolanda Research Report


Published February 2021 Vindolanda excavation research report which focuses on post-Roman Vindolanda. Written by Andrew Birley & Marta Alberti. Read more

Hadrian's Wall: Exploring its past


Through the voices of over 20 Hadrian's Wall enthusiasts - chosen amongst prominent frontier scholars and archaeologists, re-enactors, curators, walkers and site managers - this volume celebrates the 1900th anniversary of Hadrian's visit to Britain and building of the Wall. Read more

Living on the Edge of Empire - the objects and people of Hadrian's Wall


This collaborative and highly-illustrated volume showcases the artefacts recovered from archaeological investigations along Hadrian's Wall in order to examine the daily lives of those living along the Northern Frontier of the Roman Empire. Read more

Hadrian's Wall - In Our Time


David Breeze and 80 friends and colleagues nominate their favourite view of Hadrian's Wall. With personal reflections, photographs and commissioned drawings, this visual celebration of Hadrian's Wall is a wonderful testimony. Read more

Vindolanda – A Roman frontier fort on Hadrian’s Wall


By Robin Birley - This book follows Vindolanda throughout its many phases of occupation. It explores the everyday life of those who lived and worked on the site. Read more

Garrison Life at Vindolanda, a Band of Brothers


By Anthony Birley. This book brings together the people from the Vindolanda writing tablets with the archaeology of the site. Read more

Hadrian's Wall 2009-2019


A summary of the recent excavation and research prepared for the Fourteenth Pilgrimage of Hadrian's Wall, 2019. Read more

The Magna Project 2023 Excavation Report


Full colour printed copy of the 2023 Magna Excavation Report. Read more

Hadrian's Wall


By David Breeze & Brian Dobson - A penetrating and lucid history of the best-known and most spectacular monument to the Roman Empire in Britain. New edition, published in 2000. Read more

The Wall Rome's Greatest Frontier


By Alistair Moffat - This book explores who built Hadrian’s Wall, how and why it was built and how it affected the native peoples who lived in its mighty shadow. Read more



By Adrian Goldsworthy - AD 98, Vindolanda, A Fort on the Edge of the Roman World. A thrilling and engrossing novel by acclaimed historian. Published in 2017. Read more

Vindolanda’s Treasures – An extraordinary record of life on Rome’s northern frontier


By Robin Birley - book is a summary of the most important and significant finds from the Vindolanda excavations Read more