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Galleries 6 - 7 KELTART a collection of mandalas Celtic zoomorphic and knotwork art by Ade Kelly

The map illustrates still visible remains of early and/or later re-occupied Iron Age hillforts and/or settlements in an attempt to indicate the regions of indigenous habitation at the time of the Roman presence and their correlation to known locations of Roman installations. All series of temporary marching camps, regardless of regime are shown with acreages for chronological assessment and historical context. Clavicula designed gated camps are tagged as these suggest a first century use,
forts are graded by size and identified as having had a Flavian construction phase. The locations of Republican to Julio-Claudian and Flavian coin finds are shown as these suggest late first century losses. In the Moray region coin finds from all Roman regimes (Republican to Theodosian) are shown to indicate the longevity of monetary exchange between Rome and the indigenous tribes.

map flavian scotland north britain jun 2018

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Indigenous sites:
Still visible remains of early and/or later re-occupied Iron Age hillforts and settlements are shown in an attempt to indicate the regions of Indigenous habitation at the time of the Roman presence and their correlation to known Roman installations and marching routes.
Temporary Marching Camps and Forts:
All series of temporary marching camps regardless of regime are shown with acreages, for chronological assessment and historical context.Clavicula design gated camps are tagged as these suggest mid first century Architecti attached to a legion.Forts are graded by size and identified as having had Claudian - Neronian - Flavian construction phases evidenced by the presence of South Gaulish Samian pottery
Numismatic finds:
The locations of Republican to Julio-Claudian & Galba/Otho/Vitellius to Flavian coin finds are shown at Roman installations,indigenous and stray sites, as this mix of mintages suggest mid to late first century usage and loss.

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Major update Aug 2018 full size map PDF
now available at Contact Us page

8-pottery
7 weapons
1a House
1 hillfort
2 ardoch
3 fort

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