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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)

"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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