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I want more Wee-chesters, we saw them when Dean was 3 and Sam was a baby in pilot, and when Dean was 10? and Sam was 6? in Something Wicked, now I want to see chubby 12 year old Sammy and teenage Dean.
To this day the circuit of the walls is nearly perfect; and the space contained within them must be as large as that contained within some of the oldest chesters in our own island.
What was the origin of the _casters_ and _chesters_ that are found in England to-day?
Origin of the _chesters_ and _casters_ in Roman camps
Small Om said: "@#176 anon You're missing the point, even if this material did cause some people to be chesters it ..."
_chesters_, from the Latin _castra_, "camp," and there are many of them on the map of England to-day.