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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP [Birrenswark Hill] Roman Camp
Roman Camp
Roman Camp
William Graham Esq Birrenswark
Thomas Dickson Haugills
John Byers Gimmenbie Mains
051 [Situation] On the S En [South Eastern] base of Birrenswark Hill.
A large And Strong Camp of a Slightly irregular oblong shape, there are three entrances from the north defended by Redoubts, and another of nearly Similar on the east Side, the Praetorium is still perfect And is Situated at the NE [North East] Corner of the Camp.
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Roman Post
Genl. [General] Roy's Roman Antiquities
See Page 5
051 [Situation] A little to the S. [South] of Birrenswark Hill.
See Pages 5 & 2 for description.
Roman Road
Genl. [General] Roy's Map of Lower Annandale
Statistics of Hoddom
051 [Situation] In the Nn. [Northern] district of this Parish.
See Sheets of Plan 51.11
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FORT [Birrenswark Hill] British Work
British Fort
General [Genl] Roy's Roman Antiquities 051 [Situation] On the summit of Birrenswark Hill.
Vestiges of a breastwork forming a circle situate 8 Chains E. [East] of the large Roman Camp on the East side Birrenswark Hill - Supposed by Genl. [General] Roy and other Antiquarians to be of British Construction.

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Parish of Hoddam Plan 51/12 Trace 1

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