NGRef: NS8279
OSMap: LR65
Type: Camp
None identified
NS826793 540 x 440 ft
(165 x 134 m)
c.5½ acres
(c.2.2 ha)
The rounded east angle and attached 230 ft. lengths of both the north-east and south-east sides of this camp were observed on aerial photographs taken in the early-1950's, and the remaining ditches traced in adjacent fields by probing. The area thus defined measures 540 ft. NW-SE, by 440 ft. NE-SW. The embankment of the Bonnybridge Branch Railway line cuts the camp's defences in half.

This camp lies about ¼-mile to the south of the Antonine Wall, just east of the Antonine fortlet at Seabegs (NS8179). There is another marching camp nearby at Dalnair (NS8179).

See: Air Reconnaissance in Britain, 1951-5 by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xlv (1955) p.86;
Britannia xxvii (1996) p.400.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: MILNQUARTER CAMP"