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Porolissum-porta-praetoria-icon Auchinhove
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Type Marching camp
Coordinates 57°33′10″N 2°54′03″W / 57.5527°N 2.9007°W / 57.5527; -2.9007
Site notes
Discovery year 1949
Condition Cropmark
Archaeologists Kenneth St Joseph

Auchinhove, located to the east of Keith in Moray, Scotland, is the site of a Roman marching camp, first discovered by aerial photography in 1949.[1]

The camp measures 337 metres (1,106 ft) by 328 metres (1,076 ft) covering an area of approximately 10.9 hectares (27 acres).[2]



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