Roman Lincolnshire Revealed

Research and discoveries from a corner of the Civitas Corieltavorum

Seeing Roman Lincolnshire

The best way to experience Roman Lincolnshire is to head out and see its physical remains. These pages are a guide on what there is to see, either in the landscape or in museums.

Physical remains – Lincoln

Explore the Roman remains to be seen in Lincoln

Physical remains – Ancaster, Caistor and Horncastle

Explore the physical remains to be seen at the walled towns of Ancaster, Caistor and Horncastle

Physical remains – rural Lincolnshire

Explore more rural traces of Roman Lincolnshire, such as the Car Dyke and Lincolnshire’s Roman burial mounds

Roman roads

Lincolnshire’s modern road network still reflects a number of major Roman road routes – find out what elements of your morning commute are more ancient than you thought


Find museums and heritage centres in Lincolnshire and beyond which have Roman finds from Lincolnshire in their collections



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