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Dunsinnan Hill


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Also known as:
  • Dunsinane Hill
  • Macbeth's Castle

Nearest Town:Coupar Angus (8km N)
OS Ref (GB):   NO213316 / Sheet: 53
Latitude:56° 28' 11.66" N
Longitude:   3° 16' 39.28" W

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Leslie Grinsell reported from Hogg's 1975 'Hillforts of Britain', that:
"Within the Early Iron Age defences are the foundations of an early medieval castle which could well have belonged to Macbeth."

'Could well have belonged' eh.
Notes on the Folklore of Prehistoric Sites in Britain
L. V. Grinsell
Folklore, Vol. 90, No. 1. (1979), pp. 66-70.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
15th October 2006ce


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Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

excellent aerial photo of the fort showing the ramparts and ditches
BigSweetie Posted by BigSweetie
29th August 2004ce