Definition of Hadrian's Wall in English:

Hadrian's Wall

Syllabification: Ha·dri·an's Wall
Pronunciation: /ˌhādrēənz ˈwôl
A Roman defensive wall across northern England, stretching from the Solway Firth in the west to the mouth of the Tyne River in the east (about 74 miles; 120 km). It was begun in ad 122, after the emperor Hadrian’s visit, to defend the province of Britain against invasions by tribes from the north.

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