Stone Fort

Some articles on stone fort, stone, fort:

Ateneo De Iloilo - School Shield and Motto
... Sinister gules, a stone fort, or ... is a red field on which, in gold, is a stone fort, the emblem of the City of Iloilo where a stone fort used to guard the coast ...
Old Stone Fort (Tennessee)
... The Old Stone Fort is a prehistoric Native American structure located in Coffee County, Tennessee, in the Southeastern United States ... The structure is now part of Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, one of two archaeological parks in Tennessee (the other being at Pinson Mounds near Jackson) ...
Vindolanda - Fort and Village - Stone Forts, Stone Huts
... To cope with the dearth of soldiers, a stone fort was built at Vindolanda, possibly for the 2nd Cohort of Nervians ... The old stone fort was demolished, and replaced by an unconventional set of army buildings on the west, and an unusual array of many round stone huts where the old fort had been some of these circular huts are visible ... The stone buildings were demolished, and a large new stone fort was built where the huts had been, for the 4th Cohort of Gauls ...
Stone Fort Township, Illinois
... Stone Fort is the name of two townships or precincts in the U.S ... state of Illinois Stone Fort Township, Saline County, Illinois Stonefort Precinct, Williamson County, Illinois ...

Famous quotes containing the words fort and/or stone:

    You have created a monster and it will destroy you.
    —Garrett Fort (1900–1945)

    You may talk about Free Love, if you please, but we are to have the right to vote. To-day we are fined, imprisoned, and hanged, without a jury trial by our peers. You shall not cheat us by getting us off to talk about something else. When we get the suffrage, then you may taunt us with anything you please, and we will then talk about it as long as you please.
    —Lucy Stone (1818–1893)