Mapping the Antonine Wall

  title={Mapping the Antonine Wall},
  author={Rebecca H. Jones and Peter McKeague},
  journal={Scottish Geographical Journal},
  pages={146 - 162}
Abstract The Antonine Wall was the north-west frontier of the Roman Empire in the mid 2nd century AD. It was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2008. The nomination process required a detailed assessment of the location and mapping of the monument, and the production of new maps of the Wall. This was accompanied by a new map of the Antonine Wall, designed for a general audience. 
The Antonine Wall – The Making of a World Heritage Site
Abstract The nomination of the Antonine Wall as a World Heritage Site in 2007 required identification of the proposed boundaries of the Site and its buffer zone on maps. The maps prepared by RCAHMS


The cinderella service : The ordnance survey and the mapping of the antonine wall
A former archaeology surveyor with the Ordnance Survey describes the recent history of OS involvement with the Antonine Wall, culminating in the far-reaching 1980 Survey which was finally completed
Investigations of the Antonine Wall and medieval settlement at Kinneil House, Bo'ness, Falkirk
An archaeological investigation was carried out by the Centre for Field Archaeology (CFA) across the course of the Antonine Wall at Kinneil House, Bo'ness. From topographic and aerial photographic
Further Discoveries on the Line of the Antonine Wall
An account of further work included tracing the line of the wall from Inveravon to Bridgeness and more detail on the construction of the vallum. One of the defensive pits or lilia was excavated at
The Roman Wall in Scotland
AT the Friday evening discourse on December 16 at the Royal Institution, Sir George MacDonald discussed the Roman Wall in Scotland. So far as its chances of survival were concerned, the Wall was
The Antonine Wall
analysed sufficiently. The majority of the very large assemblage derives from the early modem period; at the time when the city was growing most rapidly. Given that the industrial revolution came
The Lucubrations of his Leisure Hours: William Roy's Military Antiquities of the Romans in Britain 1793
Abstract This paper traces the early history of Roy's interest in Roman military antiquities in the 1750s and looks at the plans of Roman forts and camps which he made at that time, and discusses a
Hadrian's Wall
This article has no abstract. Keywords: Archaeology; Historical Sites; Arts and Architecture
The potential of airborne lidar for detection of archaeological features under woodland canopies
The development of lidar opens a new era in archaeological survey. Working with Forest Research, staff of the Unit for Landscape Modelling here explain the technique, and demonstrate its application
The Roman Wall in Scotland (Glasgow: University of Glasgow)
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