Manley Camp

Marching or Temporary Camps

OS National Grid Reference: SJ5072
Dimensions: c.426 x 377 ft (130 x 115 m)
Area: c.3¾ acres (c.1.49 ha)
Description: Discovered on aerial photographs taken on 28th July 1994, this camp is known only from its W and E corner-angles with attached lengths of the adjacent sides; 360 ft of the NW side, 330 ft of the SE, 130 ft of the SW and 80 ft of the NE (respectively; 110, 100, 40 and 25 metres). With the two opposing angles identified, an estimate of the camp's original dimensions may be ascertained.

References for Manley Camp

New Evidence from Aerial Reconnaissance for Roman Military Sites in Cheshire by Robert A Philpott in Britannia xxix (1998) pp.341-353.New Evidence from Aerial Reconnaissance for Roman Military Sites in Cheshire by Robert A Philpott in Britannia xxix (1998) pp.341-353. New Evidence from Aerial Reconnaissance for Roman Military Sites in Cheshire by Robert A Philpott in Britannia xxix (1998) pp.341-353.New Evidence from Aerial Reconnaissance for Roman Military Sites in Cheshire by Robert A Philpott in Britannia xxix (1998) pp.341-353.

Map References for Manley Camp

NGRef: SJ5072 OSMap: LR117

Roman Roads near Manley Camp

None identified