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Caesar's Camp

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Alan Patient of

Caesar's Camp


Categories: Armed Forces, Romans

Iron-age fort, established circa 250 BC. Although Roman artefacts have been found at the site, any connection with Caesar (Julius or otherwise) is purely fanciful. Nothing tangible of the fort remains, although the aerial view of the site, as seen in our photograph shows its outline.

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Caesar's Camp

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Caesar's Camp 1

This plaque marks the eastern boundary of an iron age hill fort dating from c...

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Caesar's Camp 2

This camp is protected as a monument of national importance under the Ancient...

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