The idea for a milecastle haiku (just one, initially) came in 2011, whilst walking the Wall from west to east with a group. Now all 81 (possible) milecastles are covered. They will do you no harm, cost you nothing, and exist only to be read or heard.
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About the Author
M. C. Bishop is a freelance writer, publisher, and archaeologist who walks, drives, cycles, flies, tweets, blogs, draws, and photographs Hadrian’s Wall armed only with a Creative Commons licence. He is the author of *Lorica Segmentata Vol. 1*; *Corstopitum: An Edwardian Excavation*; numerous dull excavation reports; and co-author (with J. C. N. Coulston) of *Roman Military Equipment* and (with J. N. Dore) *Corbridge: Excavations of the Roman Fort and Town 1947–1980* (neither of which are at all dull). When he grows up he will definitely get a real job.