New research conducted in the castellum of Intercisa (Dunaújváros) and watchtower INT-5
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In 2016, two series of excavations were conducted on the area of the Roman auxiliary fort Intercisa at Dunaújváros, aimed at confirming and expanding our knowledge on the layout of the defences and clarifying the purpose of a peculiar wooden structure near the NW gatetower. Through the interpretation of stone monuments and fragmentary building inscriptions enable establishing the chronology of the uncertain phases during the end of the 2nd and the beginning of the 3rd centuries. Another series of excavations were conducted on the area of the watchtower in 2020, revealing additional features also included in this article.