|The Roman Baths at Bath: the excavations of 1969-75||Barry Cunliffe||1|
|A Roman Timber Tower at Beattock Summit, Lanarkshire||G.S. Maxwell||33||!|
|A Roman Timber Bridge at Aldwincle, Northants.||D.A. Jackson & T.M. Ambrose||39|
|Soldiers' Burials at Camelon, Stirlingshire, 1922 and 1975||David J. Breeze, Joanna Close-Brooks & J.N. Graham Ritchie||73|
|Did Adminius strike coins?||D.F. Allen||96|
|A Workshop of Roman Sculptors at Carlisle||E.J. Phillips||101|
|A Romano-British Bust found at Sutton Mandeville, Wilts.||J.M.C. Toynbee||109|
|Reconstructing Poseidonios's Celtic Ethnography; some considerations||Daphne Nash||111|
|A Note on the use of the titles Optio and Magister below the centurionate during the Principate||David J. Breeze||127||*|
|Singulares and Roman Britain||R.W. Davies||134||*|
|An Unnecessary War||Michael G. Jarrett||145||*|
|Tools and Techniques of the Roman Stonemason in Britain||T.F.C. Blagg||152|
|Enclosed Ambulatories in Romano-British Temples in Britain||K.W. Muckelroy||173|
|Belt-Buckles and Strap-Ends of the later Roman Empire: a preliminary Survey of several new groups||C.J. Simpson||192|
|Tile-Stamps of the Sixth Legion found in Britain||R.P. Wright||224||!|
|The western extension of Hadrian's Wall: Bowness to Cardurnock||G.D.B. Jones||236||!|
|Decorated Terra Sigilata at Montans (Tarn) from the Manuscript of Elie Rossignol at Albi||G. Simpson||244|
CAERNARVONSHIRE [GWYNEDD] - (1) Betws-y-Coed, Royal Oak Paddock Fields, river-terrace mistaken for fort platform (SH 795568): p.291; (2) Caerhun/Canovium, parch-marks of vicus (SH 777705): p.291; (3) Caernarvon/Segontium: (i) section across E fort defences, (ii) bath-house in SE corner of fort (SH 485625): p.292 & figs.2/3 pp.293/4; (4) Porth Felen, Aberdaron, lead anchor-stock (SH 145247): p.292.
MERIONETHSHIRE [GWYNEDD] - (1) Brithdir, Dolgellau, bath-house & fabrica of Roman Ordnance Depot (SH 773188): pp.293/6 & figs.4/5 pp.295/7; (2) Llanfor, new Roman fort at E end of Bala Lake (SH 938361): p.296; (3) Pennal, road from fort S gate to ford over R. Dovey at 712996 (SH 705001): p.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE [POWYS] - (1) Forden Gaer 2nd-3rd C. occupation S of fort (SO 208989): p.296.
GLAMORGAN - (1) Cardiff Castle: (a) early E building cut by pits c.70-90AD, (b) scattered 2nd C. finds, (c) post-holes of late-Roman rectilinear buildings (ST 181766): p.298; (2) Llanedeyrn, Cardiff: (i) hoard of 1094 coins (Valerian-Tetricus), (ii) late-3rd C. pottery kiln (ST 199813): p.298.
MONMOUTHSHIRE [GWENT] - (1) Bulmore, Christchurch, funerary monument of Bath Stone (ST 358914): p.298; (2) Usk/Burrium, via principalis and 3rd C. defences of fortress (SO 378006): pp.298/9.
ANGUS - (1) Cardean, Airlie, barrack-block 27x4.5m, granary 30x9m (NO 289460): p.299.
PERTHSHIRE - (1) Carpow, Abernethy, trench across principia & praetorium of fortress (NO 208179): p.299; (2) Cleaven Dyke, Meikleour, W of North Wood (NO 156408): pp.299/300; (3) Strageath, Muthill, fort: (i) 3 periods recorded at W gate (Flavian & Antonine I/II), all timber, (ii) 3-period timber principia (NM 898180): p.300
STIRLINGSHIRE - (1) Camelon: (i) mid-2nd C. pottery in "South Camp" (NS863807), (ii) stone cist burial of 2 soldiers with their weapons (NS 860810): p.300; (2) Fairy Knowe, Buchlyvie, defended Iron-Age homestead, 1st-2nd C. occupation (NS 586943): p.301; (3) Leckie, Gargunnoch, broch and dun, Roman finds (NS 693940): p.301.
ANTONINE WALL - (1) Stey Step, West Lothian, suspected fort (NS 972801): p.301; (2) Rough Castle, Stirlingshire, Military Way (NS 837798): p.301; (3) Westerwood, Dunbartonshire, extramural settlement S of fort, negative results (NS 761773): p.301; (4) Dullatur, Dunbartonshire, marching-camps (NS 746767): p.301; (5) Croy Hill, Dunbartonshire, early fort annexe (NS 734765): pp.301/2; (6) Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire: (i) 25 Hillhead Road, cobbling of Wall base (NS 659742), (ii) 50 Union Street, possible fort/annexe ditch (NS 650739): p.302; (7) Bearsden, Dunbartonshire, extensive investigations of fort and bath-house (NS 545721): pp.302-4 & figs.6/7.
"ANTONINE WALL (1) Stey Step (NS 972801), Nether Kinneil, Bo'ness, West Lothian: ground and aerial observation in 1973 suggested the existence of a fort c. 300 ft. square, with an annexe to the west on the line of the Wall. Pottery has been found. ..." (Britannia vii (1976) p.301)
"ANTONINE WALL ... (4) Dullatur (NS 746767), Cumbernauld, Dunbartonshire: two known temporary camps were investigated. Aerial photographs had indicated that one rectangular camp lay within another, the northern parts obscured by housing. Excavation showed the two camps to be coincident on the west. The larger camp was the earlier; the smaller utilized part of the existing ditch and a clay bank had been erected to block off the disused part; it sealed a silt layer 15cm thick. The south-east side of the larger camp was c. 213 m long, the smaller 140 m. Both ditches were c.2.1 m wide by c. 0.9 m deep. ..." (Britannia vii (1976) p.301)
LANARKSHIRE [STRATHCLYDE] - (1) Bothwellhaugh, Bothwell, fort bath-house & lead pipe (NS 729578): pp.304/5, fig.8 & plate.XXVIa.
WEST LOTHIAN - (1) Cramond, Edinburgh: (i) only post-Roman finds in the Manse Garden (NT 191767), (ii) north ditch (NT 190769), (iii) 2-phase hypocausted building N of fort (NT 190770): pp.305/6.
PEEBLESSHIRE - (1) Meldon Bridge, Lyne, marching-camp defences (NT 204404): p.306.
"Meldon Bridge (NT 204404), Lyne: excavation of a Neolithic site between Lyne Water and Meldon Burn in advance of pipe-line trenching revealed the defences of a marching camp observed on aerial photographs taken in 1974 and lying south-east of the known 49-acre camp at Lyne.The defences were badly denuded, the diitch being reduced to a depth of 20 cm. A large shallow (?) cooking-hollow was found inside the camp." (Britannia vii (1976) p.306)
DURHAM - (1) South Shields ...