NGRef: NY 750 667
OSMap: LR86/87
Type: Camp
None identified

Twice Brewed Temporary Marching Camp

N.G.Ref Dimensions Area Description
NY750667 330 x 475 ft
(100 x 145 m)
c. 3½: acres
(c. 1.4 ha)
This camp lies some 150m N of Seatsides Camp-2. It is protected to the S by the gulley of the Brackies Burn, and to the N and E by an unnamed tributary stream which passes between the camp and Twice Brewed, which lies directly N of the Roman encampment close to the Vallum. The perimeter of the camp is much damaged by cultivation and field boundaries, especially to the N, where a former field boundary obscures the fact that the camp is a parallelogram, not a trapezoid as the false shadow of the modern field boundary suggests. There are two discernable gateways, in the S side off-set to the E and almost centrally in the E side but displaced somewhat to the S. A natural gulley on the N side opposite the S gateway intrudes 100 feet (30m) or so inside the camps defences, and may have functioned as a N gateway down to the stream. The camp was apparently aligned to the ESE.
See: Roman Camps in England - The Field Archaeology by Welfare & Swan (HMSO, London, 1995).
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Page Citation: Kevan White (2018) "Roman Britain: TWICE BREWED CAMP"