- Author:D. J. Woolliscroft
- Publisher:British Archaeological Reports (May 20, 2002)
- Pages:101 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
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The Roman Gask project was founded in 1995 in the University of Manchester Paperback, 110 pages.
The Roman Gask project was founded in 1995 in the University of Manchester. It has since been engaged in an extensive campaign of surveys, excavation and archive work. Paperback, 110 pages.
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BOOK DESCRIPTIONThe Roman Gask project was founded in 1995 in the University of Manchester It has since . International Archaeological Reports since 1974. An interim report on the Roman Gask Project 1995-2000.
International Archaeological Reports since 1974. Woolliscroft with contributions from . Hartley, B. Hoffmann, . Lockett and S. Ramsay. Publication Year: 2002.
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Books published by the Roman Gask Project. The Roman Frontier on the Gask Ridge, Perth and Kinross. BAR British Series 335. David John Woolliscroft et al. Hadrian’s Wall from the Air. . Hadrian’s Wall is Britain’s premier and most visited Roman monument and is now recognised as a World Heritage site. The Roman Gask project was founded in 1995 in the University of Manchester.
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ROME’S FRONTIERS IN NORTHERN BRITAIN THE GASK RIDGE Flavian .
ROME’S FRONTIERS IN NORTHERN BRITAIN THE GASK RIDGE Flavian era (c AD) Prototype? – possibly the earliest frontier system in the Roman Empire From Glenbank near Dunblane to Bertha near Perth (37km) Series of Glen blocking forts to north System of forts, fortlets and watchtowers along a Roman road between the Forth and the Tay Separated the Highlands from the fertile Eastern Lowlands and Fife Abandoned c A. 9 Roman watchtowers on the German limes/frontier – from Trajan’s column, Rome Reconstruction of Roman watchtower in the Netherlands
The Roman frontier on the Gask Ridge : Perth and Kinross : an interim report on the Roman Gask Project, 1995-2000.
The Roman frontier on the Gask Ridge : Perth and Kinross : an interim report on the Roman Gask Project, 1995-2000. Woolliscroft, A. t. Croom. Its remit was to cover all of.
The Gask Ridge is the modern name given to an early series of fortifications, built by.
The Gask Ridge is the modern name given to an early series of fortifications, built by the Romans in Scotland, close to the Highland Line. The principal forts of the Gask Ridge frontier system were (from south to north): Camelon, Drumquhassle, Malling/Menteith, Doune, Glenbank (fortlet), Bochastle, Ardoch, Kaims Castle (fortlet), Strageath, Dalginross, Bertha, Fendoch, Cargill (fort and fortlet), Inchtuthil (Legionary fortress), Cardean, Inverquharity (fortlet), and Stracathro