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Roman camp at Loudoun Hill

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Roman camp at Loudoun Hill
Roman camp at Loudoun Hill

There was once a Roman camp at Loudon Hill (southern Scotland), the remains of which, however, were largely destroyed by gravel excavation in 1955. The discovery was made in 1938 by J.K. St. Joseph and assessed that the camp dates back to the rule of the Flavian dynasty (68-96 CE) and distinguished 4 periods of the camp’s existence.

Plan rzymskiego obozu w Loudoun Hill
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