Martlesham

Possible Roman Settlement

Martlesham lies on the A12(T) road between Ipswich and Woodbridge There is only one inscription recorded in the R.I.B. for Martlesham, a shield-shaped base of bronze, which is believed to have once supported a statue.

RIB213 - Dedication to Mars Corotiacus

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To Mars Corotiacus Simplicia for herself willingly and deservedly set up this offering
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Glaucus made it.
No commentary.

The Course of the Suspected Roman Road in East Suffolk

OS National Grid Reference: TM1152
Location:: Baylham House
Description: Roman forts, minor settlement
OS National Grid Reference: TM1446
Location:: Ipswich
Description: Romano-British villa
OS National Grid Reference: TM2446
Location:: Martlesham
Description: Romano-British pottery kiln
OS National Grid Reference: TM2850
Location:: Melton
Description: Romano-British tile kiln
OS National Grid Reference: TM3757
Location:: Blaxhall
Description: Romano-British pottery kiln
OS National Grid Reference: TM3758
Location:: Farnham
Description: substantial Roman building
OS National Grid Reference: TM4464
Location:: Saxmundham
Description: suspected Roman settlement

References for Martlesham

The Roman Inscriptions of Britain by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (Oxford 1965). 

Map References for Martlesham

NGRef: TM2547 OSMap: LR156/169?

Roman Roads near Martlesham

Possible Road: WNW (10) to Combretovivm (Baylham House, Suffolk) Possible Road: NE (15) to Saxmvndham (Suffolk) River Deben: SE (9) to Walton Castle (Suffolk)