Lurg MoorFortletNS295737The Roman fortlet on Lurg Moor, which was probably built in the mid-2nd century AD (R W Feachem 1952) was first observed on a National Survey air photograph in 1952. Measuring 160ft by 140ft overall, its E and W sides are well-preserved, the ramparts being 2 1/2ft high and the ditch 3 1/2ft deep. A causeway, about 15ft wide, runs S from the S gate for over 100yds (JRS 1953) (Newall gives the length as 1/4 mile, visible in part as a hollow way).About a dozen fragments of Antonine (A S Robertson 1966) pottery were found by Newall at NS 295 736, immediately SW of the fortlet. See Canmore
Shelve HillLead/Silver MinesSO3399Shelve Hill, Shropshire - Lead/Silver Mines
PriddyLead/Silver MinesST5450Priddy, Somerset - Lead/Silver Mines
Chewton MendipLead/Silver MinesST5751Chewton Mendip, Somerset - Lead/Silver Mines
LlanymynechCopper MinesSJ2622Llanymynech, Powys - Copper Mines
TreloyTin MinesSW8562Treloy, Cornwall - Tin Mines
CarnantonTin MinesSW8764Carnanton, Cornwall - Tin Mines
BoxtedShrines & TemplesTQ8566Boxted, Kent
Kits CotyShrines & TemplesTQ7460Kit's Coty, Kent
LamyattShrines & TemplesST6636Lamyatt, Somerset
South CadburyShrines & TemplesST6225South Cadbury, Somerset
StudleyShrines & TemplesST9570Studley, Wiltshire
UleyShrines & TemplesST7899Uley, Gloucestershire
Milecastle 79 Milecastle NY23596224Milecastle 79 is an extension of Hadrians Wall situated to the west of the village of Port Carlisle on the southern shores of the Solway Forth. The site is on slightly raised ground, but there is no surface trace of the milecastle. Excavations were conducted in 1949 & 1999. Originally as part of the Turf Wall it was a turf and timber structure measuring internally 14.9 metres west-east and 12.5 metres north-south built on a 1.5 metre high artificial platform. This structure was replaced in the late 2nd century by a square stone structure measuring 17.7 metres internally. There is evidence for a timber framed building in the eastern half of the stone milecastle.
AbererbwllFortletSN84944152An earthwork surviving to a height of 0.2m, 85m square, with rounded corners, is thought to be a Roman fortlet occupying a site midway between the Llandovery and Caerau forts.
BlaenosSmall Fort/FortletSN754342Situated c. 1.7 km. south-west of Llandovery fort, there is debate over the provenance of this site, it being variously perceived as a practice camp and a fortlet. Several other sites identified as practice camps exist in the vicinity of the fort. (Leslie, 1995)
IdeFortletSX885889Defensive ditches of a Roman fortlet or signal station are visible during dry summer conditions as a cropmark. Geophysical survey shows inner & outer ditches (square, 35m & 95m across).
FileySignal StationTA1281 Remains of fourth century signal station and courtyard are visible in the cliff face. It measured c50m across with a central stone and clay square tower 14m across. A defensive ditch appears to cross the headland rather than enclosing the site. In addition there is a ~7th century 1.8m high rampart to the East. Site investigated in 1857, 1923/29 and again by York Archaeological Trust in 1993/4.
Brownrigg MilecastleNY 0609 3920Tower 21B was part of Hadrian wall and was located on the seaward slope of Brown Rigg hill, but is not now visible above ground. Two courses of stone remain below ground and crop marks appear on aerial photographs. First recorded on RAF aerial photograph in 1946, and investigated by RL Bellhouse in 1962 excavated by him in 1966.
brownhart_lawFortletNT 7904 0964In 1945 aerial survey by J K St Joseph of Cambridge University recorded an earthwork next to the Roman Road known as Dere Street. Sub-rectangular on plan, with turf ramparts and a defensive double ditch on three sides, it is a well-preserved example of a small Roman fortlet, used for observing and policing the traffic along the road.
Herd HillFortletNY 1747 5983Milecastle 4
CardurnockFortletNY 1704 5839Milecastle 5, visible as cropmarks.
DubmillFortletNY 0769 4565Milecastle 17, mapped from aerial photography and confirmed by excavation and geophysical survey.
EastcoteFortletNY 1188 5520Milecastle 10 (conjectured site)
Easter LangleeSubstantial BuildingNT5236Borders
Eildon HillStation/Pharos/TowerNT5532Borders
Heather Bank (Cumbria)FortletNY0741Cumbria
Maiden Castle (Cumbria)FortletNY8713Cumbria
Pasture HouseFortletNY1860Cumbria
Roper CastleStation/Pharos/TowerNY8811Cumbria
Rubers LawStation/Pharos/TowerNT5813Borders
White TypeStation/Pharos/TowerNT0511Dumfries & Galloway
Woden LawPractice WorksNT7612Borders
DitchleyVillaSP39932008There are remains of a Roman villa less than a mile southeast of on the Ditchley Park House at Watts Wells. It was a colonnaded house with outbuildings, threshing floors, and a granary with capacity for the produce of about 1,000 acres (400 ha) of arable land.
Callendar Park Wall and Military WayNS 904795 - 906795-
Spoonly Wood???With Tockington?
St Germains?Tranent, East Lothian, 1st/2nd C. farmstead-settlement (NT 427743)-
Tockington?Tockington, Avon - Villa (ST6285)-
  • Cohors Quartae Probiana - The Fourth Cohort of Probus
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  • Scarcroft
  • Clifton
  • Haile
  • Godmanstone
  • Cardewlees
  • Cumberland
  • Nettleham
  • Foss Dyke
  • Cumberland Quarries
  • Somerdale Keynsham
  • Bollihope Common
  • Westwood
  • Lemington
  • hereford
  • Bollihope
  • Michaelchurch
  • Tunshill Park
  • Planetrees (Milescastle 26)
  • Brunton (Turret 26b)
  • Tower Tye (Milecastle 29)
  • Black Carts (Turret 29a)
  • Brown Moor (Milecastle 32)
  • Shield on the Wall (Milecastle 33)
  • Fozy Moss (MC.34)
  • Sewingshields (Milecastle 35)
  • Sewingshields Crags (Turret 35a)
  • Kings Hill (Milecastle 36)
  • Housesteads Crags (Milecastle 37)
  • Steel Rigg (Milecastle 39)
  • Windshields Crags (Milecastle 40)
  • Melkridge (Milecastle 41)
  • Caw Gap (Turret 41a)
  • Thorny Doors (Turret 41b)
  • Hole Gap (Milecastle 42)
  • Walltown (Turret 44b)
  • Walltown Crags (Milecastle 45)
  • Walltown Wood (Turret 45a)
  • Gilsland (Milecastle 48)
  • Willowford Plantation (Turret 48a)
  • Willowford (Turret 48b)
  • Underheugh (Milecastle 49)
  • Midgeholme Moss (Turret 49b)
  • Tommy's Crag (Turret 51a)
  • Leahill (Turret 51b)
  • Pike Hill (Turret 52a)
  • Wonston
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    Page Citation: Mike Haseler, Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: Miscellaneous Sites"