List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP (Remains of) [Den of Howie] (Remains of supposed) British Camp
(Remains of supposed) British Camp
Pratts Buchan
Alexander Smith Dens of Pitfour
013 All that is to be seen of this supposed camp, are two ditches, slightly curved, but, running about parallel to each other. The depth of the ditches is about seven feet, and they slope down from the surface of the ground. The ditches are about five feet in width at the bottom.
"On the top of the Hill of Bruxie, and at Den of Howie, near Fetterangus, there are traces of fortifications and encampments:" Pratts Buchan P. [Page] 121.

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Old Deer

[Note relating to 'North Lodge'] - Described on page 28.

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