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South Cadbury Hillfort (also known as Cadbury Castle), Somerset. The site was first occupied in Neolithic times (ie prior to 3000 BC); these ramparts are thought to have been built between 500-200 BC. It has been suggested that this site may be the basis for the legend of King Arthur's Camelot.

20th Aug 2008


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Somerset countryside South Cadbury castle hillfort ramparts King Arthur Camelot

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