NGRef: SN9269
OSMap: LR136/148
Type: Camp
None identified

SN924799 920 x 800 ft
(280 x 244 m)
c.17 acres
(c.6.84 ha)
Discovered in 1966, this moorland camp lies at an altitude of 1,525 ft (465 m). The complete circuit may be traced aside from the SW corner-angle, which lies submerged in bog. All four gateways are visible, each protected by internal claviculae, placed centrally in the E and W sides, and in the N and S off-set to the E on a ratio of 3:2; the camp therefore faced E. There is a similarly sized camp only 4½ miles to the E at St. Harmon.
See: Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1965-1968 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lix (1969) pp.123-6 & fig.10;
The Roman Frontier in Wales by V.E. Nash-Williams (Cardiff 1969) p.126 & fig.66;

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Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: ESGAIRPERFEDD CAMP"