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Hambledon (Hillfort) by wysefool Hambledon hill (at top of image) from a distance. Taken in late the 1940's. Interesting bumps at the top right (but i've never been there so you dorsetters may know what they are!)
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Posted by wysefool
30th April 2007ce
Edited 30th April 2007ce
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Yes I think one of us Dorsetters can explain the bumps , they are the ridges of the ramparts of the western end of the hillfort seen in profile from below. A similar thing can be seen in one of my photos of Flowers barrow in the Isle of Purbeck site in T.M.A. formicaant Posted by formicaant
11th May 2007ce
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