Roman Military Campaigns – The First Antonine Period (c. AD142 -c.158)

Antonine Period I (c.142AD – c.158) The Antonine Wall – listed from east to west

Name N.G.Ref. Description
VELVNIATE (Carriden, Central) NT0280 Fort and Minor Settlement
Kinneil, Central NS9780 Fortlet
Mumrills, Central NS9179 Fort
Falkirk, Central NS8879 Fort
Watling Lodge, Central NS8679 Fortlet
Rough Castle, Central NS8479 Fort
Seabegs, Central NS8179 Fortlet
Castlecary, Central NS7978 Fort
Westerwood, Strathclyde NS7677 Fort
Croy Hill, Strathclyde NS7376 Fort, Fortlet and Minor Settlement
Bar Hill, Strathclyde NS7075 Fort
Auchendavy, Strathclyde NS6774 Fort
Kirkintilloch, Strathclyde NS6574 Fort
Glasgow Bridge, Strathclyde NS6373 Fortlet
Cadder, Strathclyde NS6172 Fort
Wilderness Plantation, Strathclyde NS5972 Fortlets
Balmuildy, Strathclyde NS5871 Fort
Summerston, Strathclyde NS5772 Fortlet
Bearsden, Strathclyde NS5472 Fort
Castle Hill, Strathclyde NS5272 Fort
Cleddans, Strathclyde NS5072 Fortlet
Duntocher, Strathclyde NS4972 Fort and Fortlet
Old Kilpatrick, Strathclyde NS4673 Fort
Bishopton, Strathclyde NS4169 Fort on south bank of the Clyde
Further Information on the Antonine Wall in Scotland

Other Antonine Encampments

Barburgh Mill Fortlet in Dumfries & Galloway VRML Model Prepared in the RBO Scriptorium

  • References for Roman Military Campaigns – The First Antonine Period (c. AD142-c.158)
  • The Roman Invasion of Britain by Graham Webster (Batsford, London, 1980);
  • Rome Against Caratacus by Graham Webster (Batsford, London, 1981);
  • Britons and the Roman Army by Grace Simpson (Gregg, London, 1964);
  • Historical Map and Guide: Roman Britain by the OS (3rd Edition, 1956; 4th Ed., 1990; 5th Ed., 2001);