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Roman walls or Roman wall may refer to:
- Limes, a border defense or delimiting system of Ancient Rome
- Servian Wall, a wall built around Rome in the 4th century BC
- Aurelian Walls, the later wall of Rome, built in the late 3rd century AD
- York city walls, walls built around York when it was a Roman colony
- Hadrian's Wall, a wall built in England at the edge of Roman conquest to keep out the Scots
- Walls of Constantinople, a great defensive wall that kept various invaders until the Ottoman bombardment that render them useless, but defended the metropolitan capital during the fourth century C.E. till 1453
- Anastasian Wall, a wall built by the eastern roman emperor to ensure extra defenses for Constantinople
- Roman Walls of Lugo
- London Wall
- Chester city walls
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