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The Antonine Wall report: being an account of excavations, etc., made under the direction of the Glasgow Archæological Society during 1890 - 93 — Glasgow, 1899

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CONTENTS. vii

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VI. General Conclusions and Observations, - - - - 120

1. The Substance of the Vallum, - - - - - - 120

Discussion and opinion regarding its cespiticious nature.

2. The Stone Foundation, ------- 127

Examination of its object.

3. The Original Shape and Size of the Vallum, - - - 128

Considerations as to probable height.

4. The Meaning of the Berm,.......131

Peculiaritjr of the wide space between ditch and base of
rampart. Inference that one object was structural
security.

5 The Fosse, ---------- 135

Its shape apparently that of a V. Its average dimensions.

6. On the Nature of the Outer Mound, ----- 138

Whole soil from fosse thrown to the north. Varying
character of the mound thus formed.

7. A priori Considerations on the Methods of Defence of the

Bampart,.....---- - 141

Suggestion of ballistse discussed.

8. The Periodic Expansions of the South Face of the Wall, - 144

Six findings regarding their structure. Discussion of use
of the expansions.

9. The Military Way, ... . . . - 149

Its construction and course.
Recommendations, - - -......150

PLATES OF SECTIONS AT CROY, BARR HILL, SEABEG,

BONNYSIDE, AND ROUGHCASTLE, - - - - - 151

Appendix I.,..........- 153

"On a Roman Inscription and on Roman Scotland." By
Mr. Haverfield.

Appendix II., - ' - - - - -.....169

"Table of Analysis of various samples from the dark lines in
the Antonine Wall." By Mr. George Paterson,

Appendix III.,.........- - 170

"A Turf Wall in North England." By Mr. Haveriield.

Appendix IV., - - - - -.......172

Ordnance Survey Revisals and Sections.

PLATES OE ORDNANCE SURVEY SECTIONS, - - - 175
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