Thesaurus Term/Concept: HILLSLOPE ENCLOSURE

Identifier -18
Class MONUMENT TYPE
Status Candidate
Index? Yes
Scope Note An enclosure generally on hillslopes but occur on every type of ground, although they favour sheltered, valley side locations. They are smaller and usually less well defended than hillforts. The sites are thought to be settlements of Iron Age date.

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Context Record
Monument Type MSO7345 Bagley Hillslope Enclosure (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1022 Beacon Castle, South Down (Monument)
Monument Type MSO7896 Berry Castle, Luccombe (Monument)
Monument Type MSO9410 Black Ball Camp, Gallox Hill (Monument)
Monument Type MSO9087 Long Wood Enclosure (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1247 Myrtleberry North Camp (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1248 Myrtleberry South Camp (Monument)
Monument Type MMO2091 Possible late prehistoric enclosure southwest of Dean Cross (Monument)
Monument Type MDE10889 Prehistoric hillslope enclosure above Holworthy, Parracombe (Monument)
Monument Type MSO9191 Prehistoric hillslope enclosure on Codsend Moor (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1077 Prehistoric hillslope enclosure on Kentisbury Down (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1246 Roborough Castle (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1192 Shoulsbarrow Castle (or Shoulsbury Castle) on Shoulsbarrow Common (Monument)
Monument Type MSO8517 Staddon Hill Camp, Winsford (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1242 Stock Castle (Monument)
Monument Type MSO7333 Sweetworthy Enclosure (Monument)
Monument Type MSO8313 Timberscombe Hillslope Enclosure (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1019 Voley Castle, Heal Down (Monument)