in Britain, the fifth station along the line of the Vallum, beginning at Segedunum (Wallsend
), where the Notitia places the Ala Sabiniana--a body of troops probably named after Hadrian's empress, Sabina.
It coincides with the present locality of Halton,
where Roman Remains are abundant, and where, in A.D. 1600, Camden found a monumental slab erected to the memory of a soldier of the Ala Sabiniana. For a notice of the excavation made at Hunnum and its results, as well as for that of Roman road, and a bridge made out an older Roman one, see Bruce's Roman Wall,
pp. 126--141. them. The Hun-jo are pressed by the Chinese, 141.