OSMap: LR100
Type: Villa, Barrow

Roads
Probable road: WSW (18) to Isvrivm (Aldborough, North Yorkshire)
ESE (7) to Derventio Brigantvm (Malton, North Yorkshire)

A stone coffin was found c.1616 in a field at Eastness, near Hovingham in Yorkshire. Since lost, this is thought to represent the northernmost example of a Roman Barrow, all other known burial mounds of this period occur in the south-east.

Stone Coffin from Eastness, nr. Hovingham

TITIA PINTA VIXIT ANN XXXVIII ET VAL ADIVTORI VIXIT ANN XX ET VARIALO VIXIT ANN XV VAL VINDICIANVS CONIVGI ET FILIS F C

"For Titia Pinta who lived thirty-eight years, and Valerius Adiutoris who lived twenty years, and [Valerius] Varialus who lived fifteen years. Valerius Vindicianus had this made for his wife and sons."

(RIB 720; stone coffin)

There is a Roman temporary marching camp nearby at Wath.

See: Roman Roads in Britain - Volume II by Ivan D. Margary (London 1957) #814, p.155;
The Roman Inscriptions of Britain by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (Oxford 1965).
All translations, including any inherent mistakes, are my own.