aestivalia large enough to hold a legion, probably constructed during Agricola's campaign. Originally 11 gates
were observed, three on each side except the shorter S
side which had two, each defended by a tutulus. As rock
lies near the surface no ditch has been dug except at the
I. A. Richmond & J. McIntyre, “The
Roman Camps at Reycross . . . ,” Trans. Cumberland
and Westmorland Arch. Soc
. ser. 2, 34 (1934) 50-58.