• Wall, Staffordshire
  • OSGB – SK 0903 0662


Roman camp. Two phases of timber building and south east defences. Enclosing approximately 6 acres with the north west part of the camp missing and the south ditch measuring 597.1ft long and the east ditch measuring 498.6ft long with central breaks for gates.

A possible granary uncovered.

Flavian wattle and daub building with plastered walls traced.

Possibly destroyed by fire as burnt timbers found in the Neronian granary.

Coin found at the destruction level dating the fire to the time of Domitian.


50-58                             c: Built.

1974                              Field Investigation.



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