Monument record MDR986 - Roman Road, Brassington

Type and Period (1)

  • (Roman - 43 AD to 409 AD)

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Full Description

The Roman road from Buxton (Aquae Arnemetiae) to Derby (Derventio), probably to the fort at Little Chester. The road is visible in places along its length and the following notes were made in 1978 (from north-west to south-east: (1). SK 19505899: Continuous and clear agger. SK 19715877: Intermittent bumps in walls and crossing lane. SK 19915854: Faint agger. SK 20085833: Faint agger. SK 205579: Short length of agger. SK 20635777: Probable agger which had been sectioned in c. 1958 by J.Lomas and P.Archer approx. 400m (0.25 mile) north of Minning Low. SK 20985742: Terrace. SK 22025639: Bump in wall. SK 22115630: Projection of visible agger to south SK 22195623: Signs of filled-in gully SK 22525591: Bump in walls SK 22885557: Bump in lane and short length of agger SK 23055540: Visible agger and terrace. Bump in field SK 23275519: Continuous traces of agger and terrace SK 23635486: Slight but definite trace of agger and terrace

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Bibliographic reference: Wroe, P. NDAT 3185-3200.



Grid reference Centred SK 2018 5822 (4599m by 4504m) (Approximate)

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Record last edited

Nov 9 2021 12:21PM

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