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Lithuanian Hill forts from the air

Lithuania's hill-forts are merely a small part of the great mass of fortifications which extended throughout the European continent during prehistoric and early historical times.

The Definition of Cyclopean

An Investigation into the Origins of the LH III Fortifications on Mainland Greece.

Fortresses of Solitude?

Investigating Iron Age defensive networks is Southwestern Caucasia.

Fieldwork at Motilla del Azuer

Recent fieldwork at the Bronze Age fortified site of Motilla del Azuer (Daimiel, Spain).

The Great Wall of Tell en-Nasbeh

The article proposes that the Great Wall at Tell en-Nasbeh was built by King Jehoash in the second half of the 9th century BCE.

Chronology of Fortified Settlements in East Timor

This paper presents new data on the possible ages and functions of stone structures in the eastern regions of East Timor.

The Etruscan Castellum

Fortified Settlements and Regional Autonomy in Etruria.

Fortifications and Enclosures in European Prehistory

This article reviews recent research into the archaeological interpretation and investigation of fortifications

Humbleton Hillfort

Enclosing an area of 2.5 acres (1 hectare) the highest part of Humbleton Hill is surrounded by the tumbled walls of the Hillfort.

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Survey of Cadbury Hillfort

Cadbury Congresbury hillfort is situated 1km north of the village of Congresbury and1km south east of the village of Yatton,

Monte Barro

An Ostrogothic Fortified Site in the Alps.

Circular Forts of North Perthshire

The remarkable fortifications which form the subject of this paper occur, so far as my observations and inquiries

Inside Britain's biggest Iron Age fortress

Stretching across a vast area measuring more than 80 hectares, Ham Hill dominates the landscape a few miles west of Yeovil.

Forts, fields and towns

Communities in Northwest Transylvania from the first century BC to the fifth century AD.

The hierarchy of Alamannic settlements

In the former Limes region of South-Western Germany to AD 500.

The Losa Nuraghe in Abbasanta

The Losa nuraghe is situated 317 m above sea level on the large basaltic tableland in Abbasanta,

 A neglected treasure once fit for a king

The seaside fortress of Asine near Nafplio is one of the country's most intriguing archaeological sites.


A Celtic Hillfort in Luxembourg.

Reconstruction of the oppidum on the Dunsberg

The word oppidum was used by Caesar in De Bello Gallico, in which he reports about his warfare against the Gauls.

Excavations at Burrough Hill

A projected 5-year programme of excavation and landscape survey focussed on the hillfort at Burrough Hill began in June 2010.  

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