From northern Scotland to southern Iberia the enclosures around
hill- and promontory-forts are the most conspicuous component of
the Iron Age archaeological record. Ian Ralston looks at their
construction and reconstruction and at the architecture of banks,
walls, ramparts and ditches, gateways, and ancillary features. He
examines the placing of these fortifications in the landscape and
their effectiveness as hill-fort defences in war. He also considers
these enclosures as signs and symbols.
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