Notes on the Roman Forts at Old Kilpatrick and Croy Hill, and on a Relief of Jupiter Dolichenus
Further excavation at Old Kilpatrick focussed on its relationship to the Antonine Wall, further investigation of the Military Way and the north-west corner of the fort. Previous work is re-assessed in the light of the results. Excavation of the rampart at Croy Hill provided inconclusive results although the discovery of a stone-built underground chamber with steps down to it is considered in detail. The most remarkable find was two fragments of a sculptured relief of the Syrian god, Jupiter Dolichenus with a partial inscription.