|Name:||Old Carlisle (n/a)||CISP No:||OLCAR|
|Place:||Old Carlisle (n/a)||Grid Ref:||NY 2600 4600 (GB)|
|County:||Cumbria , England||Saint(s):||none|
|Site Type:||Incomplete Information|
Tomlin/1995, 775, notes that the stone was found beside the Roman road leading east out of Old Carlisle.
Dark/Dark/1996, 63, argue that the site of Old Carlisle, which was under the command of the Dux Britanniarum in the Roman period, was part of a continuing British defence of northern Britain in the post-Roman period.