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Bury Wood Camp



In BURYWOOD is a Camp, double workes; ergo not Roman but British: very large and the graffes are very deepe, notwithstanding the rocke. It has an aperture, West, towards Colerne downe. It stands on a kind of Promontory, and every other side is well secured by the precipice. A prettie cleare little streame runs on the rock, and gravell in each bottome.
A quote from Aubrey's notes, collated in 'Wiltshire: the topographical collections of John Aubrey', J E Jackson, 1862.
Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
10th March 2006ce

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