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High Rochester Roman fort (Rochester and Byrness) - Source of Reference

The information on this website is based on a range of published and unpublished works. Below is a list of the source of information used in writing this record.

(1) Hassall, M.W.C. and Tomlin, R.S.O., 1938. Britannia 14, 337.
(2) Green, M.J., 1978. Small Cult Objects from the Military Areas of Roman Britain (Oxford), 61.
(3) Phillips, E.J., 1977. Corpus Signorum Imperii Romani. Corpus of Sculpture of the Roman World, Great Britain, Volume 1 Fasicule 1 (Oxford), 62-4, 69, 70-1, 74-6, 88, 99-101, 108-9, 113, 116-18.
(4) Crow, J., 1995. Archaeology in Northumberland 1994-1995, 34-5.
(5) Frodsham, P., 1996. Archaeology in Northumberland 1995-1996, 34-5.
(6) Crow, J., 1997. Archaeology in Northumberland 1996-1997, 29.
(7) Crow, J., 1998. Archaeology in Northumberland 1997-1998, 22-3.
(8) Dodds, M.H., 1940. A History of Northumberland, Volume 15 (Newcastle upon Tyne).
(9) Collingwood, J.C. and Wright, R.P., 1965. Roman Inscriptions of Britain, Volume 1 (Oxford), 416-28, 639, 736 and 744.
(10) Stephens, G.R., 1985. Archaeological Journal 142, 224.
(11) Casey, P.J. and Savage, M., 1980. Archaeologia Aeliana (5th Series) 8, 75-87.
(12) Unpublished sources were used to create this record. For further information about these sources please contact us quoting the following reference number:N8091.
(13) Further information about the protected nature of this site can be obtained from here.
(14) Hancke, T, Charlton, B and Biggins, J A, 2004. "A geophysical survey at High Rochester Roman Fort", Archaeologia Aeliana 5th series 33, 35-50