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Friday, 31 August 2012

Cadbury Castle ('Camelot'), Somerset



"Cadbury Castle, appropriately for Camelot, 
was plainly a kind of British Troy".

('Cadbury: is it Camelot?' Leslie Alcock and Geoffrey Ashe, in
"The Quest for Arthur's Britain", ed. Geoffrey Ashe, 1968).













From Cadbury Castle to Glastonbury Tor



Richard Tabor (pdf)

Book:
"Cadbury Castle, The Hillfort and Landscapes" by Richard Tabor.


For Norman Ackroyd's etching, South Cadbury Hill (1992), see his website (section, England, Southern Counties)






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