NGRef: NS5699
OSMap: LR57
None identified

This camp lies just south-east of the fort at Menteith; there is another camp a little to the north-west at Malling.

Malling Camp 1
NS5699 1,220 x 945 ft
(372 x 288 m)
c.23½ acres
(c.21 ha)
Almost the entire outline of this camp has been recorded, aside from the west corner-angle, the position of which may be reasonably conjectured. The camp is an irregular parallelogram, the east and west angles being acute, the north and south angles obtuse. There is a noticeable inwards "kink" in the north-eastern defences, nearest to the lake, which probably represents the position of a gateway, now invisible; any gateway in the opposite, south-western side is also unrecorded. However, the gateways in both the north-west and south-east defences, visible as cropmarks, are of the distinctive Stracathro-type, having an external clavicula and oblique ditch.
See Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1969-72 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. lxiii (1973) pp.223/4 & fig.14.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: MENTEITH CAMP"