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fortlet

(ˈfɔːtlət)
n
(Fortifications) a small fort
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Tenby in Welsh translates to Dinbych-y-pysgod, meaning fortlet of the fish.
The evidence found was interpreted to indicate a first phase involving a fortlet with a south annexe.
And so it was that I found myself scrambling up a bleak hillside to reach the Castleshaw fortlet, accompanied by Second Born and the Man-in-Charge.
ered ment e What they have gathered so far suggests the settlement was there between 43 and 410AD, and despite a more militarised Roman fortlet being discovered at nearby Cemlyn Bay in 2015, this represents one of the first Roman settlements discovered in northern Anglesey.
The four-mile walk, taking in the sites around the scheduled ancient monument of Y Pigwyn and Waun Ddu fortlet near Trecastle, is guided by the voices of local modern-day tour guide Rory and Primus, the Roman legionary, who together tell the story of the Romans' conquest and settlement in the National Park.
Caer Rhufeinig fechan iawn, "fortlet" yn Saesneg, efallai camp dros dro rhwng y caerau mwy - rhwng Caersws neu Forden a rhywle i'r Gogledd - efallai ar y ffordd am yr Amwythig a Wroxeter neu am y Berwyn heibio Dolanog.
Kinneil Estate - meaning "Wall's End" - has the best preserved sections of the wall along with the foundations of a fortlet. Other parts are visible at Callendar Park, Polmont Hill, Watling Lodge and at Tamfourhill, where the defensive ditch can be seen at its best.