Antonine Wall: Dullatur

  • Near Dullatur, Lanarkshire


Stroll along the frontier of the Roman Empire at the site of two camps on the Antonine Wall. 

Two temporary camps have been identified on this site, about 400 metres south of the wall. The first originally covered an area of about 9 acres. It was probably used as a base for workers constructing the wall. 

No remains of the camps are visible today, but the ditch of the Antonine Wall remains well-preserved. 

The Dullatur camps were situated along the Antonine Wall, which was built across Scotland’s central belt from AD 140. The wall formed the north-western frontier of the Roman Empire. 

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