Proposed by: John1?
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John1 commenting on site:

try this theory that the site was at Church Stowe, Northamptonshire;

http://www.craftpegg.com/Battle_Church_Stowe_CP.pdf

Another paper on one of the sites in the Church Stowe document;

http://archlib.britarch.net/tfiles/1244409271/689.pdf

fig 1 shows a better extent of the ridge that could have acted as a "rampart" i.e. steep on all sides and pinched to almost nothing in the west.

fig 5, are there any collelations between this iron work and 1st century Roman or Britsh spears that these guys weren't aware of?

How does the box rampart construction square up as a British or Roman technique?
i.e. could this site be Roman rather than the iron age univallate hillfort that it is currently written up as here;

http://www.magic.gov.uk/rsm/21627.pdf