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Bussock Camp

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Bussock Camp is the site of an Iron Age bivallate hillfort located in Berkshire. It has a double bank and ditch to the south and east, with only a single bank ...

Bussock Camp Hill-fort, Berkshire - Digital Digging

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Nov 28, 2013 ... Bussock Camp (hillfort) is an Iron Age enclosure of around 10/11 acres (4.4 hectares), and sub-circular in shape. The defences are bivallate on ...

Berkshire History: Hillforts

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2 acres. Chalk Sub-Soil. Badbury Hill Camp. Great Coxwell. SU 262947. 9 acres. Corallian Rag. Blewburton Hill Camp ... Plateau Gravel. Bussock Wood Camp.

RBH: History of Chieveley, Berkshire

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Just south of the village, at Snelsmore, is Bussock Camp, an Iron Age hillfort standing on the high ground overlooking the Winterbourne Brook. Not much is ...

berkshire hill forts - Archaeology Data Service

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Bussock Wood Camp, 0. 10—1 I acres. ~. Blewburton Hill Camp, 0. 10 acres. Sinodun Camp, 0. :0 acres. Cherbury Camp, 9-364 acres. Badbury Hill Camp, 0.

Iron-Age Hillforts :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

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Mar 29, 2009 ... Bussock Camp – 11 acres (Winterbourne, Berkshire) SU4672 : Bussock Camp Hillfort – South Entrance by D Gore SU4672 : Bussock Camp ...

Berkshire – The Modern Antiquarian.com

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Bussock Camp Hillfort. 28 posts. Caesar's Camp (Bracknell) Hillfort. 7 posts. Cock Marsh Barrow / Cairn Cemetery. 13 posts. Combe Gibbet Long Barrow.

Early History - Chieveley

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The parish boasts a fine Roman fortification in Snelsmore, Bussock Camp. This is in private grounds but is visible in May when they are opened to the public to ...

Snelsmore & Bucklebury Commons - Historic North Wessex Downs

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Firstly Grimsbury Castle which survives as substantial earthworks within Grimsbury Wood and secondly Bussock Camp a substantial wooded earthworks within ...

Full text of "A history of Berkshire" - Internet Archive

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Other writers look upon the camps as running in pairs, and consider that those .... Bussock Camp, which may derive its name from Boscage, a wood,* is nearly ...

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Bussock Camp Hillfort : The Megalithic Portal and Megalith Map:

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The top destination for Megaliths and Prehistory worldwide. Bussock Camp: Hillfort in Berkshire.

Scratchbury Camp - Expand Your Mind - Revolvy

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Scratchbury Camp is the site of an Iron Age univallate hillfort located on ... Clappers Berkshire Borough Hill , Bussock Camp , Caesar's Camp , Grimsbury Castle ...

Chiveley with Winterbourne and Oare, Berkshire Genealogy ...

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Jan 4, 2016 ... There is ancient civilisation nearby that indicates early settlement. The parish boasts a fine Iron Age hill fort in Snelsmore, called Bussock Camp ...