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Burpham Camp (Promontory Fort) — Fieldnotes

As Carl says, there's not a great deal to see here as the interior of the fort has been used for farming for centuries and any trace of earthworks at the Northern end near the pub have all but disappeared. No other earthworks were necessary as when this fort first came into being it would have been surrounded on three sides by either the sea or the flood plains of the River Arun. Indeed the Arun and one of it's tributaries still surround it. Later on it was a Saxon Burh and now just adjoined to a quaint little Sussex village, though worthy of being bombed by the Luftwaffe in WW2 apparently.

Burpham Camp (Promontory Fort) — Images (click to view fullsize)

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Aldbourne Four Barrows (Barrow / Cairn Cemetery) — Images

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Avebury (Stone Circle) — Images

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West Kennett Avenue (Multiple Stone Rows / Avenue) — Images

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Adam's Grave (Long Barrow) — Images

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Knap Hill (Causewayed Enclosure) — Images

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Hambledon (Hillfort) — Images

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Cadbury Castle (South Cadbury) (Hillfort) — Images

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Bartlow Hills (Round Barrow(s)) — Images

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Bincknoll Castle (Hillfort) — Images

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West Wood (Barrow / Cairn Cemetery) — Images

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Barkhale Wood barrow (Round Barrow(s)) — Images

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Sallachy Broch — Images

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Ferry Wood (Broch) — Images

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Achany (Chambered Cairn) — Images

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I'm a professional photographer living in West Sussex and have been interested in ancient sites since childhood. I was brought up near Barbury Castle in Wiltshire so visits to hill forts, stone circles and various lumps and bumps were routine. The grip of these fantastic places still has a hold on me and I still get a feeling of total wellbeing whenever I come across a new place or revisit familiar places. Much of that is to do with the magnificent or interesting locations in which they're found and equally the mystery attached to them - we know so little and can imagine so much.

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