Roman sites in the Malton District

Scope and Content

Typescript notes containing descriptions to Roman sites and individual archaeological finds from a wide range of historical texts

Administrative / Biographical History

Malton is situated on a former Roman settlement though there is some debate whether it is Derventio or Delgovicia. From the latter half of the first century it was clearly an important settlement on the bank of the River Derwent and archaeological excavations have un-earthered streets, evidence of a cavalry fort, metal working, at least one townhouse with a mosaic and painted walls. Malton was part of the strategic road network around York and the River Humber ferry crossing at Brough.

Conditions Governing Access

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Custodial History

Donated by A.M.H Kitson Clark, 17 May 1933

Related Material

A gazetteer of Roman remains in East Yorkshire / collected and arranged by Mary Kitson Clark [Ref L.9.501]