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What does quis magnum murum inter britannian et caledoniam aedificavit mean in latin?

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quis = who

magnum = great [accusative case]

murum = wall [accusative case]

inter = between

Britanniam = the Roman province of Britain

et = and

Caledoniam = Scotland

aedificavit = he built

So "who built the great wall between Britannia and Caledonia?"

The answer, of course, is not the emperor Hadrian but the thousands of legionary troops who did the actual work.

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