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Elsick Mounth
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The Elsick Mounth is an ancient trackway crossing the Grampian Mountains in the vicinity of Netherley, Scotland. This trackway was one of the few means of traversing the Grampian Mounth area in prehistoric and medieval times.
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The River Dee is an internationally important environment for wildlife and is designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for its populations of Atlantic salmon, otters and freshwater pearl mussels.
The care of the River Dee is the joint role of the River Dee Trust (RDT) and the Dee District Salmon Fishery Board (DDSFB). The RDT is a charity that has a remit of research, restoration and education, for the river and the fish it supports

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The comedian Paul Whitehouse has opened the salmon season on the River Dee.
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We have two classical references naming Aberdeen; Ptolemy's Geography of the second century AD names Devana as the only polis ascribed to the Taexali tribe of the eastern Grampian coast; whereas the Ravenna Cosmology of the seventh century lists the name as Devoni (R&C#215) between the towns Litinomago and Memanturum, both unidentified.
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Normandykes is the site of a Roman marching camp 1.6 km to the southwest of Peterculter, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The near-rectangular site, measuring approximately 860 by 510 metres, covers about 106 acres (43 ha) of the summit and eastern slopes of a hill overlooking the River Dee and the B9077 road further south.

Balmakewan 120 acres
Kair House >92 acres
Raedykes c.110 acres
NormanDykes >106 acres
Kintore c.110 acres
Durno c.144 acres
Glenmailen/Ythan Wells c.111 acres
Burnfield c.40 acres
Auchinhove c.34 acres
Muiryfold c.109 acres
Bellie c.24 acres

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Lucius Septimius Severus (or rarely Severus I) (11 April 145 - 4 February 211) was a Roman Emperor who reigned from 14 April 193 until his death in 211.
Starting from 208 Severus undertook a number of military actions in Roman Britain, reconstructing Hadrian's Wall and campaigning in Scotland.
He reached the area of the Moray Firth in his last campaign in Caledonia, as Scotland was called by the Romans.

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