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Via Decumana

Road in the internal structure of the fort used to insure the access path towards the commandment building and porta decumana. It was made in stone slabs built on sand and gravel basis. It was limited at the side by channels used in order to discharge the pluvial water.

 

Via Praetoria

Road in the internal structure of the fort that used to be the link between Porta Praetoria and the commandment building. Built from stone slabs on a sand and gravel foundation, it represents one of the foremost roads of the fort.

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Porta Decumana

This access gate in the fort was set up at the back of the commandment building, and it stands out by two semi-circular towers, that bordered the access to the fort.

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Porta Principalis Sinistra

Access gate in the fort that was located on the left wing and it had two semi-circular towers that bordered the access to the fort. The towers built in stone, used to have ground floor and first floor that rose on top of the turreted internal wall. The two towers had a roof in tiles.

 

Porta Praetoria

Porta Praetoria – access gate in the fort was on the front side of the commandment building and it used to face towards the area of control for the troops, i.e. towards the border.

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Principia

Principia (the commandment building) is the foremost building in the fort. The monument centrally located in the internal structure of the fort had an inner court that was paved with lateral rooms.

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The Water Pool

The water pool – (placed at a height of 490m) – at first just a granary (horreum) – building that was subsequently turned into a tank.

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Northern Corner Tower

This was a defensive element in the fort and was located in the Northern corner. The tower is in the shape of an impressive bulwark that marked the corner of the fort, made in trapezoid shape with tile roof.

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Porta Principalis Dextra

Access gate in the fort, it was situated on the right side of it. It was made of two bulwarks with semicircular extension that were flanking the simple access in the fort. Made of stone the bulwarks had ground floor and first floor that rose above the internal wall which was turreted. The roof of the two bulwarks had tile roof.

 

Via Principalis

Road in the internal structure of the fort that insured the connection between the two principales gates. It was built in stone slabs laid in a foundation of sand and gravel. Sideways it had channels for pluvial water discharge.