P3 explore Cramond Roman Fort

P3 explore Cramond Roman Fort

Bringing History Alive!

On Monday, Primary 3 went down to visit the remains of the Roman Fort at Cramond.  We were able to see where the barracks, the latrines, the granary and the fort stood when the Romans were in Scotland.  We also went to see the site where the Cramond Lioness was found and excavated in 1997.  The children were amazed that it was spotted in the estuary by the ferryman who operated the Cramond ferry!  You can see the Cramond Lioness at the National Musuem of Scotland where it is on display.

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