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Qs How far does a study of the site and other sources support this view In an attempt to answer this question we used an array of resources Some of the resources include a visit to Housesteads Fort on the wall itself Also we used writing and artefacts both from the roman era In addition to that we studied a video on Hadrians wall and have been reading a leaflet on it Most of the evidence we used seemed to point to the conclusion that the life of the soldiers on Hadrians wall was quite comfortable The legionaries had at their disposal a first class hospital in which there was a trained surgeon a herb garden a toilet and a surgery room The surgeon was trained in two acts cutting and sealing and in this practice speed was of the essence They had a public toilets which for that era would have been very clean and a novelty The latrines were at the lowest part of the fort to ensure no discomfort in the disposal of the waste They would have been brilliantly organised The latrinaes was a place of comfort including running water wooden seats and even sponges to wipe ones bottom with The soldiers even had their own bath house which was an amazing comfort compared with other millita4y soldiers and the average every day peasant The bath house had three baths a hot bath a cold bath and a steam room This is a sign of the soldiers good life and the excellent facilities they had The soldiers barracks even had a touch of class since they were well constructed and later developed into one room each But in the beginning six to eight men could share a small room The barracks were also not in the best spot in the fort and the comfort level was ok This
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