|Type of record:||Archaeology|
|Name:||Elm Bank Roman Camp|
Part of a sub-rectangular enclosure which has been cut by the A41 Whitchurch Road. It is visible as a cropmark and has curved corners and an entrance. The playing card shape of the cropmark suggest a Roman military function. It is one of a number of possible practice camps close to the legionary fortress at Chester. Practice camps are thought to have been built by Roman troops to train in earthwork construction.
|Parish:||WAVERTON, CHESTER, CHESHIRE WEST AND CHESTER|
- DITCHED ENCLOSURE (Enclosure-ditched, Roman - 43 AD? to 409 AD?)
- MILITARY CAMP (Military site, Roman - 43 AD? to 409 AD? (?))
- TEMPORARY CAMP (Marching camp, Roman - 43 AD? to 409 AD? (?))
|Protected Status:||Scheduled Monument 25715: Roman Camp 50m South of Elm Bank|