Segsbury Camp (aka Segsbury Castle and Letcombe Castle)
Segsbury Camp is a huge Iron Age hill fort, covering twenty seven acres, with a single perimeter bank and ditch. Dr Phené discovered a cist burial in the southern rampart during an excavation in 1871. Other finds include Roman coins, Iron Age pottery, a shield boss, human bones and flint scrapers. Excavation s taking place around 1996 suggests that occupancy of the Segsbury Camp was between 600BC and 200BC.