Cramond Roman Fort encloses just under 5 acres; a civil settlement lay outside the E rampart. Excavations 1954-66 showed that it was first constructed about 140 AD, with a second Antonine occupation. There was a third occupation under Severus, with extensive reconstruction along existing alignments. Some use of the fort (probably civilian) with minor building in a Roman manner also took place in the post-Severan period which may be associated with a little 4th c pottery. The civil settlement was occupied during all four phases and yielded some 1st century coins, but if there was an Agricolan fort at Cramond, no trace of this has been found.
RIB2137 - Centurial stone of Julius Sa(...)
RIB2134 - Altar dedicated to Jupiter Optimus Maximus
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RIB2135 - Altar dedicated to the Mother Goddesses the Alatervae (?) and the Mother Goddesses of the Parade-ground
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