Cound Hall Marching Camp
Marching or Temporary Camps
Description: Only the eastern corner-angle, a short length of the north-east side and a longer piece of the south-eastern defences of this camp are known. The only gap in the south-east rampart occurs at a point where the underlying geology is suspect, so this cannot be positively identified as a gateway. Topography suggests that the north-west side would not have been much over 180m distant from the south-eastern defences, but there are no certain delimiters for the missing south-west side.
References for Cound Hall Camp
- Roman Camps in England – The Field Archaeology by the R.C.H.M.E.
Map References for Cound Hall Camp
NGRef: SJ5605 OSMap: LR126
OS National Grid Reference: SJ561050
Dimensions: 260+ x 690+ ft (80+ x 210+ m)
Area: 4+ acres (1.7+ ha)
Roman Roads near Cound Hall Camp