Hadrian's Wall
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A contribution by Michael3

Hadrian's Wall, the most Northerly Frontier of the Roman Empire, stretches from West coast to East coast of Northern England. Here are some of the sounds that might have been in the air at Birdoswald Fort in about 200AD - the sound of the wind and the birds, cartloads of provisions arriving at the Fort, the Blacksmith hard at work, patrols of Dacian Auxiliaries on foot and on horseback coming and going.
Turning up the sixth slider will shatter the peace of the frontier with a visit by the Caledonians from the North.

Published on July 31, 2021

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  Sentry Duty: Set animate to Sequence (reveal zeroes) to listen out for the comings and goings from the fort.

  Use sliders 0 and 6 as a constant background, and then reveal the other sliders.