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'Stracathro' Camps
These camps are characterised by four gateways with distinctive defences, Dalswinton being firmly dated to the Flavian period. They stretch from the Dalswinton camp in Dumfriesshire to the camp at Auchinhove in Grampian.
Dunning, Tayside (NO0215) Stracathro-type tentative (Britannia, 1970)
Eshiels, Borders (NT2839) Stracathro-type possible (Britannia, 1996)
Callander, Bochastle, Central (NN6107) Stracathro-type uncertain!?
Beattock, Dumfries & Galloway (NT0802) Stracathro-type confirmed (Britannia 1978)
Camelon, Central (NS8580) Stracathro-type confirmed (Britannia, 1982)
Dalswinton, Dumfries & Galloway (NX9383) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1958)
Castledykes, Strathclyde (NS9244) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1958)
Menteith, Malling, Central (NS5699) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1973)
Dalginross, Tayside (NN7720) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1958)
Stracathro, Tayside (NO6165) Type Site; identified (St. Joseph, 1955)
Ythan Wells, Glenmailen, Grampian (NJ6538) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1969)
Auchinhove, Grampian (NJ4551) Stracathro-type confirmed (St. Joseph, 1958)
Inverquharity, Tayside (NO4058) Stracathro-type confirmed (Britannia, 1984)