Roman bath-house at Bearsden :: Shared Description

Bearsden was the site of a fort (excavated between 1973 and 1982) on the Antonine Wall. Present-day Roman Road appears to follow the line of the Military Way, which passed through the fort; the Wall itself was parallel to this, but a little further to the north. The fort itself is now covered by housing, but the remains of the bath-house, which was in an annexe to the east of the fort, are on display. Part of the east rampart of the annexe is also visible there. See LinkExternal link at Canmore for archaeological details.
by Lairich Rig
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NS5472 : Roman soldiers received their orders in Latin by Richard Sutcliffe
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: the Cold Bath by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: latrine and east rampart by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: the Steam Range by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: the Cold Room by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Remains of Roman bath-house at Bearsden by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Roman bath-house, Bearsden by Richard Sutcliffe
NS5472 : Roman bath-house, Bearsden by Richard Sutcliffe
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: latrine by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: entrance by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Bearsden Roman Bath-house: the Hot Dry Room by Lairich Rig
NS5472 : Remains of Roman bath-house at Bearsden by Lairich Rig


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Created: Tue, 21 Jul 2015, Updated: Fri, 27 Nov 2015

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