NGRef: NT7937
OSMap: LR74
Type: Camp
None identified
NT798377 900+ x 1,070+ ft
(275+ x 325+ m)
22+ acres
(c.8.9 ha)
only (200m) of the SW and a (100m) stretch of the NW side of this camp have been recorded, no corner angles are known, but the W angle may be hidden below a curiously shaped field-boundary just to the SW of the Dunstan Plantation, there is evidence of a gatewaay with associated external titulum on the SW side, the area recorded is the minimum for the camp based on the visible defences.

There are other camps to the east at East Learmouth and in the north-east at Norham. Another camp lies across the border at Wooden (NT7433) in Borders Region.

See: Roman Camps in England - The Field Archaeology by the R.C.H.M.E.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: CARHAM CAMP"