Thrapston

Probable Settlement

Situated at the crossing of the main south-east to North-west road between Durovigutum (Godmanchester) and Ratae (Leicester), and another probable road running between Durobrivae (Water Newton) in the north-east and Irchester to the south-west. The possibility is high of there having beeen a minor Romano-British settlement at Thrapston on the River Nene.

Substantial Roman buildings have been found at Ringstead, lying 4 miles south-west along the line of the supposed road to Irchester.

References for Thrapston

Historical Map and Guide – Roman Britain by the Ordnance Survey (3rd, 4th & 5th eds., 1956, 1994 & 2001).Historical Map and Guide – Roman Britain by the Ordnance Survey (3rd, 4th & 5th eds., 1956, 1994 & 2001). Historical Map and Guide – Roman Britain by the Ordnance Survey (3rd, 4th & 5th eds., 1956, 1994 & 2001).Historical Map and Guide – Roman Britain by the Ordnance Survey (3rd, 4th & 5th eds., 1956, 1994 & 2001).

Map References for Thrapston

NGRef: TL0079 OSMap: LR141

Roman Roads near Thrapston

NE (6) to Ashton NW (4) to Brigstock ESE (18) to Godmanchester SW (10) to Irchester