Roman shrine on Scargill Moor

County Durham

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County Council (Unitary)

Durham County Council



Parliamentary Constituency

Bishop Auckland

Grid Reference

SJ999999 (399877, 510300)

WGS84 Coordinates

54.4879, -2.0019

Nearest Postcode

DL12 9LU

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Two Roman shrines set up by officers of the First Cohort of Thracians based at Bowes. One is rectangular and dated to the early 3rd century, the other is circular. Fragments of six other shrines and part of a sandstone tablet were found.

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