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Deers Den is an archaeological site at Kintore, Scotland in Aberdeenshire.[1] The site has mesolithic remains, Iron Age artefacts and is a known Roman Camp. This 120-acre (0.49 km2) site is partially disturbed and developed by the western part of Kintore itself. The site is associated with the Severan invasion, ca 200 CE.[2] Deers Den is one of a chain of Roman Camps generally strung in a north to south alignment to support the invasion and exploration of northern Scotland by the Romans. These large forts at Ardoch, Strageath, Inchtuthil, Battledykes, Stracathro and Raedykes, taking the Elsick Mounth on the way to Normandykes,[3] thence proceeding to the northerly camps of Ythan Wells,[4] Deers Den and Glenmailen. See also Normandykes Rollo Mire Ythan Wells References ^ Aberdeenshire Council: Deers Den, Kintore ^ Aberdeenshire Council: Recent Archaeological Work at Deers Den ^ C. Michael Hogan, Elsick Mounth, The Megalithic Portal, ed. A. Burnham (2007) ^ RCAHMS Database: Ythan Wells Roman Marching Camp, Aberdeenshire (2005) This article related to Aberdeenshire, Scotland, is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e Coordinates: 57°14′08″N 2°21′17″W / 57.23556°N 2.35472°W / 57.23556; -2.35472