Bradwell: Ancient and Modern

A History of the Parish and of Incidents in the Hope Valley.

By Seth Evans (1912)

Transcriptions by Rosemary Lockie, © Copyright 2013

ADDENDA.

ROMAN BROUGH.

Through the kindness of C.E. Bradshaw Bowles, Esq., J.P., editor of the Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, the following plates of Roman Brough, and also the Ancient Oven, have been lent to the Author. In this connection reference may be made to the explorations of Brough (Chapter II).

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MAP OF THE SITUATION.
Map of Roman Brough
MAP OF THE SITUATION.

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PLAN OF EXCAVATIONS.
Plan of Excavations
PLAN OF EXCAVATIONS.

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WEST CORNER OF MAIN WALL.

West Corner of Main Wall
WEST CORNER OF MAIN WALL.

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NORTH-WEST WALL OF PRAETORIUM.
North-West Corner of Praetorium
NORTH-WEST WALL OF PRAETORIUM.

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UNDERGROUND CHAMBER OR WELL.
Underground Chamber or Well
UNDERGROUND CHAMBER OR WELL.

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ANOTHER VIEW OF UNDERGROUND CHAMBER.
Another View of Underground Chamber
ANOTHER VIEW OF UNDERGROUND CHAMBER.

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ROMAN WORKINGS IN STONE AT BROUGH.
Roman Workings in Stone at Brough
ROMAN WORKINGS IN STONE AT BROUGH.

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INSCRIBED TABLET, DATE MIDDLE OF SECOND CENTURY.
Inscribed Tablet of the Second Century
INSCRIBED TABLET, DATE MIDDLE OF SECOND CENTURY.

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KEY TO INSCRIPTION ON TABLET.
Key to Inscription on Tablet
KEY TO INSCRIPTION ON TABLET.

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REMAINS OF ANCIENT OVEN DISCOVERED IN CHARLOTTE LANE.
Remains of Ancient Oven in Charlotte Lane, Bradwell
REMAINS OF ANCIENT OVEN DISCOVERED IN CHARLOTTE LANE.
BRADWELL.

“Now of the Peak I've said all I intend.
May health and pleasure wait on - every friend
At Tideswell, Grindlow, Grange and Abneylow,
Wardlow and Windmill Hucklow and Foolow;
At Bretton, Bradwell, Middleton, and Leam,
Castleton, Baslow, Hathersage, and Eyam”.
(Furness.)

Finis.

CHESTERFIELD:

Broad Oaks Press,

1912.

OCR/transcript by Rosemary Lockie in February 2013.

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