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Roman Military Campaigns

The Trajanic Period (c.ad105-c.122)

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The Stanegate Fortifications
listed from east to west

NameN.G.Ref.Description
Washing Wells, Whickham, Tyne & WearNZ2160fort overlooking the Tyne
CORSTOPITVM (Corbridge, Northumberland)NY9864large fort at the Dere Street/River Tyne crossing
Newbrough, NorthumberlandNY8667probable fort
VINDOLANDA (Chesterholm, Northumberland)NY7766fort
Haltwhistle Burn, NorthumberlandNY7166small fort
MAGNIS (Carvoran, Northumberland)NY6266fort at Stangate junction with Maiden Way
Throp, NorthumberlandNY6365small fort
Nether Denton, CumbriaNY5964fort
Old Church, Brampton, CumbriaNY5161fort
LVGVVALIVM (Carlisle, Cumbria)NY3956large fort guarding the Eden bridge
ABALLAVA (Burgh-by-Sands, Cumbria)NY3259forts and watchtower
Kirkbride, CumbriaNY2257fort on the Wampool estuary
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);