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Bullsdown Camp

Plateau Fort


From a distance you wouldn't notice that Bullsdown Camp was the site of an Iron Age fort as it is so heavily wooded. On closer inspection it is a very large multilavatte fort with 3 banks and ditch's. Although eroded heavily the earthworks are still impressive.
It is what i would call a valley/plateau fort as it is on rising ground on Bulls down where it gets its name from.
ginger tt Posted by ginger tt
18th October 2009ce
Edited 19th October 2009ce

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