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FORT (Remains of) [Eastfield] Pictish Camp
Pictish Camp
Pictish Camp
L. Oliphant Esqr. of Condie
Mr Robert Oliphant Teacher Forgandenny
General Belshes Inveruray
109 This appears to be the remains of an ancient British hill fort. It is on the summit of a steep conical shaped hill, very steep or precipitous on its western side. The hill rises about 120 feet above the surrounding plain, and was therefore well adapted for such as a fort. The remains of the ramparts are still very distinct. The authorities quoted call it a Pictish Camp, which is of the same import as British hill forts. Therefore Fort (Remains of) is written on plan

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