NGRef: SO7388
OSMap: LR138
Type: Camp
None identified
SO738889 460 x 312 ft
(140 x 95 m)
c.3ΒΌ acres
(1.3 ha)
This small, almost rectangular camp lies on a gravel spur above the E bank of the River Severn about 2km NW of Quatt, with superb views along the river valley in both directions. Lying in fields just NW of Lodge Farm, a modern field boundary obliquely bisects the camp from SE to NW. The complete circuit is recorded, the only gateway appearing in the N side, positioned slightly off-center to the W; the camp therefore faced NNW.
See: Roman Camps in England - The Field Archaeology by the R.C.H.M.E.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: QUATT CAMP"