From the Observer:

THE historic Lunt Roman Fort reopened over the Bank Holiday weekend following £100,000 worth of repair work.

Mike Loades, the ancient weapons expert on the BBC's Time Commanders programme, officially opened the fort in Baginton on Sunday, signalling the start of a two-day re-enactment event at the attraction.

The fort was closed six months ago for repairs to the ramparts around the gatehouse. In addition to the repair work, a new staircase has been built to allow visitors to climb onto the ramparts.

On Sunday and Monday, a host of activities took, with
the XIII Geminae giving a unique insight into the lives of Roman soldiers, and the Britannia Gladiators taking arms for displays of Roman combat.

Youngsters had the chance to dress up and learn to fight like Roman soldiers, while other demonstrations included Roman cooking and mosaic making.

... why GeminAE?