Iron Age Promontory Hillfort
Promontory forts are a type of hillfort in which conspicuous naturally defended sites are adapted as enclosures by the construction of one or more earth or stone ramparts placed across the neck of a spur in order to divide it from the surrounding land.
Locations of Iron Age Promontory Hillforts in Roman Britain
- Bury Walls
- Countisbury Hill Fort
- Craig y Ddinas Hillfort (Ystradfellte)
- Lydney Camp
- The Bulwarks, Porthkerry