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Roman fortress museum fears

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A trust which runs a museum on the site of what is described by Bangor University archaeologist Professor Raimund Karl as Wales' best preserved Roman fortress says it faces closure within weeks as funding is running out.

For 300 years the site of Segontium in Caernarfon was the largest Roman garrison in north Wales, and the fort was twice the size of the castle that now stands in the town.

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