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AN IRON-AGE HILL-FORT AT DOVER ?

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1 Clavis enim Angliae est (Chron. Maj., Rolls Series, iii, p. 28).

2 See the Official Guidebook (1953).

3 Armitage E.S., Early Norman Castles (1912), p. 139.

4 William of Poitiers, in Scriptores Rerum Gestarum Willelmi Conquestoris, ed. Giles (1845), pp. 108–9, 139–40.

5 Mediaeval Military Architecture, ii (1884), p. 12.

6 Official Guidebook, p. 3.

7 Where authenticated prehistoric pottery has recently been recovered from the outer banks by Mr P. Rahtz.

8 Hill-Forts of Northern France (Society of Antiquaries, 1957), pp. 63, 119.

9 I have to acknowledge the help in writing this note of Professor Stuart Piggott and of Mr A. J. Taylor, Deputy Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments.

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