Castle Hill History; Mailbag.IN criticising Mr Pinder's rather romantic flights of fancy, Mr Rumsby may be thought to err too much in the other direction.
Yes, the ramparts were finally destroyed by fire in around 415 BC which is both pre-Roman and Iron Age, but the latest, post-Varley investigations have taken back the earliest activity on the site to around 2700 BC which is late Stone Age and before the pyramids were built and before any stones were erected at Stonehenge. Archaeological reports refer to a 'failed mediaeval me·di·ae·val
Variant of medieval.
same as medieval
Adj. 1. town' on the summit, but no castle.
ARTHUR QUARMBY Holme HOLME Handshape, Orientation, Location, Movement, and Expression (sign language)