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Location address: United Kingdom, Huntingdonshire
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Durobrivae was a Roman fortified garrison town located at Water Newton in the English county of Cambridgeshire, where Ermine Street crossed the River Nene. More generally, it was in the territory of the Corieltauvi in a region of villas and commercial potteries. The name is Celtic, or more accurately Brythonic, in origin, and essentially means “fort bridge”.
Durobrivae was a Roman fortified garrison town located at Water Newton.