SK 0635 7330: Silverlands, possible Roman Fort: It has been suggested that there may have been an auxiliary fort at Silverlands, which might make the finds from the surrounding area material from a vicus. The material from the area dates from the late 1st century until late 3rd century, although most of the finds belong to the period Vespasian-Hadrian. (1)
There is no physical evidence of a fort being sited at Silverlands. Recent geopyhsical survey by Bradford University has proved inconclusive. (2)
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BUXTON, HIGH PEAK, DERBYSHIRE
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Jan 31 2018 10:58AM
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