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A Roman circlular brick found at Caerleon and held in the collections at the National Roman Legion Museum. Bricks would be stamped with the name of the Legion. This brick is stamped with 'Leg II AVG' which is short for Legio Secunda Augusta - Second Augustan Legion.This item is part of the Roman School Teaching Resource for Key Stage 2.

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