The Notitia Dignitatum was a Roman document that includes information about the eastern and western empires. That lists lots of the forts along Hadrian's wall.
Segedunum is the most thoroughly excavated fort though.
This is a link to Vindolanda http://www.hadrianswall-northumberland.com/hadrianswall/roman-wall/forts/roman-sites/vindolanda-chesterholm-hadrian-s-wall-p25751
At Vindolanda you can see ruins of bath houses and temples. They also have a museum. If you want to have a try at digging up some Roman treasures, Vindolanda holds regular digs and volunteers are welcome.
Some say that Housesteads is the most famous fort on Hadrian’s Wall, dating back to AD 124. It was originally designed to hold a garrison of 800 soldiers.
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