Topography of Roman Scotland: North of the Antonine Wall
By: O. G. S. Crawford (author)Paperback
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This 1949 book provides a fully illustrated description, from the field, of all the Roman remains in Scotland north of the Antonine Wall (i.e. the Forth-Clyde line). It contains an introductory chapter describing the various kinds of antiquities to be met with in the course of the journey, and the methods of identification on the ground and from the air.
Illustrations; Preface; 1. Roman camps, forts and roads; 2. Camelon to Ardoch; 3. Ardoch to Strageath, with diversions; 4. Strageath to Coupar Angus; 5. Strathmore: Inchtuthil to Kirriemuir; 6. Strathmore: Kirriemuir and Oathlaw to Stonehaven; 7. Stonehaven to the Moray Firth; 8. The historical background; Appendices; Index.
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