XLVII. A Roman Inscription upon a Rock at Shawk Quarries, in Great Dalston, Cumberland; explained by Bishop Lyttelton, in a Letter to the Society

Cha. Carlisle
1779 Archaeologia  
The drawing I now lay before you, contains a Roman inscription on a rock, situated at a place called Shawk Quarries, near Rose Castle in Cumberland, which has hitherto been overlooked by all our antiquaries, even by my famous predecessor Bishop Nicholson, though so near to his own mansion, and within his own manor of Dalston: I read it thus
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