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Rey Cross Roman Marching Camp

Rey Cross is one of the largest marching camps known in Britain, it is large enough to hold more thasn two legions (and therefore did) and has been dated to c. 71 A.D.

June 15, 2018 November 22, 2018
Finavon Fort

Finavon Hill has attracted a great deal of archaeological interest from antiquarians and archaeologists over the years especially since it displayed traces of vitrified rock.

June 17, 2018 November 21, 2018
Tayside

Linked PagesSite-Wide ActivityGroupsCeltic HeadsCeltic Head from Witham, 2nd c B.C. (British Museum) “Celtic” carved heads are found throughout the areas of Europe once dominated by those peoples Caesar called Celts, in the area dominated by the Iron Age Brigantes tribe (United Kingdom) more than 2000 carved heads have been identified which are thought to be …

St Marys Church Wath

Most of the present church dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries, but there is evidence of much earlier stonework in the building. The church also contains much Victorian stained glass. It has two fonts – one inside the church and one (supposedly Saxon) outside the church!

June 25, 2018 November 21, 2018
Dundon Hill Fort

← SomersetLinked PagesSite-Wide ActivityGroupsCeltic HeadsCeltic Head from Witham, 2nd c B.C. (British Museum) “Celtic” carved heads are found throughout the areas of Europe once dominated by those peoples Caesar called Celts, in the area dominated by the Iron Age Brigantes tribe (United Kingdom) more than 2000 carved heads have been identified which are thought to …

Somerset

Linked DocumentsSite-Wide ActivityGroupsCeltic HeadsCeltic Head from Witham, 2nd c B.C. (British Museum) “Celtic” carved heads are found throughout the areas of Europe once dominated by those peoples Caesar called Celts, in the area dominated by the Iron Age Brigantes tribe (United Kingdom) more than 2000 carved heads have been identified which are thought to be …

Barry Hill Fort

‘The most prominent feature of this site is the ruin of a very large and strong wall, originally timber-laced and now partly vitrified, forming and enclosure of regular plan with parallel sides and semicircular ends, area about 0.2 hectares.

June 15, 2018 November 21, 2018
Perthshire

Linked DocumentsSite-Wide ActivityGroupsCeltic HeadsCeltic Head from Witham, 2nd c B.C. (British Museum) “Celtic” carved heads are found throughout the areas of Europe once dominated by those peoples Caesar called Celts, in the area dominated by the Iron Age Brigantes tribe (United Kingdom) more than 2000 carved heads have been identified which are thought to be …

Uffington White Horse

The horse was dated to between 1400 – 600 BC by the Oxford University Reasearch Unit in 1995 using optical stimulated luminescence dating, it age is probably late Bronze Age.

June 17, 2018 November 21, 2018
Oxfordshire

Linked PagesSite-Wide ActivityGroupsCeltic HeadsCeltic Head from Witham, 2nd c B.C. (British Museum) “Celtic” carved heads are found throughout the areas of Europe once dominated by those peoples Caesar called Celts, in the area dominated by the Iron Age Brigantes tribe (United Kingdom) more than 2000 carved heads have been identified which are thought to be …

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