About Cawthorn Roman Camps
The Cawthorn Roman Camps are the remains of a Roman military enclosure situated in the south of the North York Moors.
Today, little remains of the site apart from the earthworks which were constructed at the perimeter of the camps. The Cawthorn Roman Camps probably date from the late 1st and early 2nd centuries AD.
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Chesters Roman Fort was part of Hadrian’s Wall and is a now a well-preserved archaeological site.
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