Footprints around Roman Malton and beyond

Footprints around Roman Malton and beyond

Follow our new blog ‘Footprints around Roman Malton and beyond’ which reflects on four centuries of Roman activity in and around Malton and Norton. The writer is Nick Summerton, already known to those who attended his fascinating talk on Roman medicine in one of our past series of summer lectures.

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for our latest updates…

Nick’s regular illustrated explorations will range freely around Roman life and influence in this area and its connections in Yorkshire and beyond.

As we add new posts, you can click on the pink coloured links below to view our latest blog, starting with Carausius.

So far in Footprints around Roman Malton and beyond:

Carausius

There can be little doubt that Carausius was a very shrewd individual. He clearly had already gained the respect of the army in addition to the support of many Gallic merchants. But, to maintain and strengthen his position, he must have recognised the need to do much more… read full blog post

Roman Cavalry in Malton

Malton has enjoyed a long love affair with horses and racing. It was once dubbed the Newmarket of the North and, according to local legend, it was the Romans who first introduced horse racing to the town… read full blog post