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    Carlops, Spittal

    Identifier: MEL8012 · Date: Temporary Camp · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT15NE 30 Centred on 1715 5725.

    Cropmarks seen in 1984 have been shown by trenching to indicate one or probably two camps. The larger, c.650m NE-SW 260m by (c.16.9ha) appears to pre-date the Rom...

    Patieshill

    Identifier: MEL8021 · Date: Army Camp · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT15NE 9 164 566.

    Remains of a corn-drying kiln were to be seen a little way below the farmhouse of Patieshill in 1801. It was considered by antiquaries of the period to have been on the site of...

    Silverburn

    Identifier: MEL8025 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT16SE 9 199 600

    A section was dug at Silverburn by George Watson's College Archaeological Society and traces of a metalled road, definitely not Roman, were found.
    I G Brown 1966.
    NMRS REPORT ...

    Parkburn

    Identifier: MEL8076 · Date: Long Cist Cemetery · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Long cist cemetery

    Border – Crawford – Inveresk (?)

    Identifier: MEL4960 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Probable course of Roman road

    Glencorse Mains, Roman Fortlet

    Identifier: MEL8187 · Date: Fortlet · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    Probable Roman fortlet

    Edinburgh, Currie

    Identifier: MEL8229 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT35NE 4 3617 5978 to 3999 5893.

    (NT 3617 5978 - NT 3664 5973) Ancient Way (R)
    OS 6" map (1908)

    This old road is supposed to be part of the Roman road, known to have passed near Currie, which...

    Currie, Borthwick

    Identifier: MEL8231 · Date: Findspot · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT35NE 6 37 59

    In 1831 a bronze lamp of probable 2nd century AD date and a bronze eagle (29mm high with a foot for mounting) were found together at Currie (RMS FT 39 and 40).
    D Wilson 1849; RCA...

    ‘dere Street’: Border – Newstead – Elginhaugh

    Identifier: MEL4959 · Date: Road · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36NW 126.00 from 3499 6673 to 3000 6828 RR 2.
    Formerly RR8g.

    From where the modern road which is considered to overlie Dere Street (see NT36NE 75) rejoins the main A68 (NT 3501 6669), the line...

    Bonnyrigg, East Polton

    Identifier: MEL8371 · Date: Findspot · Author: MidLothian Council HER

    NT36NW 27 c. 303 655.

    A 'first brass' of Hadrian (AD 117-138) was found in the spring of 1918, when trenching a piece of old pasture which was being broken up for allotments, on East Polton farm...