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 ...
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 ...
Nov 28, 2013 ... Caesar's Camp (Berkshire) is a large Iron Age univallate hillfort of approx. 10
hectares (24.7 ... Bussock Camp Hill-fort, Berkshire. 28 Nov, 2013.
Nov 28, 2013 ... `The Early Iron Age Camp called Grimsbury Castle, near Hermitage, Berks' Berks
AJ 57 74-82 [Note by Cotton, Mrs M Aylwin S]. (3) English ...
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 ...
2 acres. Chalk Sub-Soil. Badbury Hill Camp. Great Coxwell. SU 262947. 9 acres.
Corallian Rag. Blewburton Hill Camp ... Plateau Gravel. Bussock Wood Camp.
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.
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 ...
Mar 29, 2009 ... Bussock Camp – 11 acres (Winterbourne, Berkshire) SU4672 : Bussock Camp
Hillfort – South Entrance by D Gore SU4672 : Bussock Camp ...
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 ...