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The Second Antonine Period (c.ad158-c.162)

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Welsh Forts Occupied During the Late-Antonine Period

Antonine Period II (c.158AD - c.162)

NameN.G.Ref.Description
TRIMONTIVM (Newstead, Borders)NT5734Large Fort
Glenlochar, Dumfries & GallowayNX7364Large Fort
CORSTOPITVM (Corbridge, Northumberland)NY9864Fort
HABITANCVM (Risingham, Northumberland)NY8986Fort
BREMENIVM (High Rochester, Northumberland)NY8398Fort
Inveresk, LothianNT3472Fort
Cramond, LothianNT1976Fort
CASTRA EXPLORATORVM (Netherby)NY3971Fort
BLATOBVLGIVM (Birrens, Dumfries & Galloway)NY2175Fort
Castledykes, StrathclydeNS9244Fort
Bothwellhaugh, StrathclydeNS7357Fort
Whitemoss, ??Fort
CAMELON (Camelon, Central)NS8680Fort
ALAVNA (Ardoch, Tayside)NN8309Fort
Strageath, TaysideNN8918Fort
Bertha, TaysideNO0926Fort
Cappuck, BordersNT6921Small Fort
Crawford, StrathclydeNS9521Small Fort
Chew Green, NorthumberlandNT7808Fortlet
Milton, Dumfries & GallowayNT0901Fortlet
Lyne, BordersNT1840Fortlet
Lurg Moor, Strathclyde?Fortlet
Outerwards, StrathclydeNS2366Fortlet
The Antonine Wall was reoccupied at this time (see above).
The main sources used in compiling the above information were:
The Roman Invasion of Britain by Graham Webster (Batsford, London, 1980);
Rome Against Caratacus by Graham Webster (Batsford, London, 1981);
Britons and the Roman Army by Grace Simpson (Gregg, London, 1964);
Historical Map and Guide: Roman Britain by the OS (3rd Edition, 1956; 4th Ed., 1990; 5th Ed., 2001);