NGRef: NO1142
OSMap: LR53
Type: Camp
None identified
NO1142 410 x 390 ft
(125 x 119 m)
c.3¾ acres
(c.1.48 ha)
Situated only 2 miles NNW of the Inchtuthil fortress nearby the stone quarries on the Hill of Gourdie (NO1042), this camp was discovered by Flight-Lieutenant Bradley in 1941 and confirmed from the air by J.K. St. Joseph towards the end of the decade. It commands impressive views along the line of the Cleaven Dyke not possible from the site of the fortress. Two pieces of amphorae were uncovered during field-walking on the site of the fort in 1959.
See: Recent Discoveries in Roman Britain from the air and in the field by I.A. Richmond in J.R.S. xxxiii (1943) pp.47/8;
Air Reconnaissance of North Britain by J.K. St. Joseph in J.R.S. xli (1951) p.64;
D.E.S. 1959 p.27.
Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: STEEDS STALLS CAMP"