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Stokeleigh Camp



The "Kyber Pass".. Close to Clifton Suspension Bridge, 3 promontories have been fortified by earthworks, these three camps are within 800 yards of each other. Apparently all were identical in design, which could point to them being contemporary. Dated to 300bc to 100 ad, some use in medieval period.
Stokeleigh Camp faces Borough Walls across a short valley. Two bank and ditches, with additional banks on the N.W, and also at the S.E. overlooking Nightingal Valley. Entrance close to S.W. corner, area enclosed about 6 acres. Taken from....

Guide To Prehistoric England - Nicholas Thomas

Reverend Skinner had a theory that the Wansdyke might have been extended in this direction.
moss Posted by moss
9th November 2007ce
Edited 9th November 2007ce

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