(Bremetenacum Veteranorum, SD6434)
Early Flavian fort that was succeeded by a 2.7ha timber late Flavian fort. This was in
turn succeeded by a stone fort early in the 2nd century that remained in use into the 4th
century. Garrisoned by Ala II Asturum (late 1st-2nd century?), Numerus equitatum
Sarmatarum (2nd-3rd century?) and Cuneus Sarmatarum (3rd-4th century).
[Shotter, D. Romans and Britons in North-West England, Lancaster 1993]