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Bury Hill Camp



The Proceedings of the Spelaeological Society of the University of Bristol for 1923 relate that various Roman artefacts were found here, as though the Romans had taken it over for their own purposes. According to the EH Excavation Index for England (via Heirport), most of the excavation records and artefacts relating to this site were destroyed during WW2.

The fort isn't tucked into the curves of the adjacent stream as you'd perhaps expect. But then I'm not an Iron-Age fort builder.

A path (the long distance Community Forest Path / Frome Valley Walkway) crosses the fort.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
29th October 2006ce

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