Definition of Fosse Way in English:

Fosse Way

Line breaks: Fosse Way
An ancient road in Britain. It ran from Axminster to Lincoln, via Bath and Leicester (about 300 km, 200 miles), and marked the limit of the first stage of the Roman occupation (mid 1st century ad).

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