Jones, R. and McKeague, P. (2009). A 'Stracathro'-gated temporary camp at Raeburnfoot, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Britannia 40. Vol 40, pp. 123-136. https://doi.org/10.3815/006811309789785891.

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A 'Stracathro'-gated temporary camp at Raeburnfoot, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
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Britannia 40
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Britannia
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40
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419
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123 - 136
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The review of a series of oblique aerial photographs recording a Neolithic bank barrow and adjacent post-medieval field-system identified the ground-plan of a Roman temporary camp on the rising ground to the north-east of the Roman fort at Raeburnfoot, Dumfriesshire. Further analysis, later confirmed by field survey, recognised the presence of at least two upstanding gateways of a form usually referred to as the 'Stracathro'-type and so far only known in Scotland. All the other examples are known only as cropmarks, making the camp at Raeburnfoot the sole visible earthwork camp with these unusual entrances known in the Roman world.
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Rebecca Jones ORCID icon
Peter McKeague ORCID icon
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2009
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Roman World (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Fieldsystem (Auto Detected Subject)
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Bank Barrow (Auto Detected Subject)
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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3815/006811309789785891
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14 Aug 2010