Fort by the Lune

These are the earthworks left by the Roman fortifications at Castle Hill in Lancaster. The Romans gave the current town its name: Lune Caster, the fort by the river that's shaped like the crescent moon. The fort probably goes back to the 60s, and nearby are the remains of a bathhouse with surviving heating ducts. 

 Perhaps fancifully, I wonder if any who heard the apostles preach in Rome or Judaea were ever stationed here.