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Blackness

Unidentified Pottery (Roman)

Site Name Blackness

Classification Unidentified Pottery (Roman)

Canmore ID 49138

Site Number NT07NE 21

NGR NT 054 799

Datum OSGB36 - NGR

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  • Council Falkirk
  • Parish Bo'ness And Carriden
  • Former Region Central
  • Former District Falkirk
  • Former County West Lothian

Archaeology Notes

NT07NE 21 054 799.

NT 054 799. From aerial photographs, there appears to be a (Roman) fort between St Ninians Road and the Forth, facing W. Nothing is visible on the ground but coarse Roman pottery was found near the Black Burn (W side) at NT 055 797.

E J Price 1977

Finds from Blackness, and many other places, donated to the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland (NMAS) by Price, are listed under the general heading of Roman and other material.

Proc Soc Antiq Scot 1981

This fort was suggested from aerial photographs between St Ninians Road and the Forth at the east end of Blackness village. There is nothing visible on the ground

Site recorded by GUARD during the Coastal Assessment Survey for Historic Scotland, 'The Firth of Forth from Dunbar to the Coast of Fife' 19th February 1996.

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Reference (19 February 1996)

This fort was suggested from aerial photographs between St Ninians Road and the Forth at the east end of Blackness village. There is nothing visible on the ground

Site recorded by GUARD during the Coastal Assessment Survey for Historic Scotland, 'The Firth of Forth from Dunbar to the Coast of Fife' 19th February 1996.

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