2 edition of cliff castle at The Rumps, St. Minver. found in the catalog.
cliff castle at The Rumps, St. Minver.
by Cornwall Archaeological Society
Written in English
|Series||Cornwall Archaeological Society. Field Guides;no.9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
Brooks, R.T. 'The excavation of The Rumps Cliff Castle, St Minver, Cornwall', Cornish Archaeol Carr, G. 'Excarnation to cremation: continunity or change?' in C. Haselgrove and T. Moore (eds) The Later Iron Age in Britain and Beyond, Oxford: Oxbow Books. The cliff castle at The Rumps, St. Minver (Series: Cornwall Archaeological Society. Field Guides; no.9); Cornwall Archaeological Society, 'Coast and Cliff Names of Gwithian and the North Cliffs'; Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall New Series Vol.5, Pt.1, , pp12–36; with corrections and additions in Vol.5, Pt.3,
Both properties sleep four and lie in the popular St. Minver Highlands region of North Cornwall, with Polzeath being the jewel in the crown of the area. A short cliff walk will bring you to The Rumps, and the superb archaeological site of the Iron Age Cliffs Castle, belonging to the Breton Celtic Dunlonnin tribe. wide screen 32 inch LCD. Promontory forts or cliff top forts were also common in the Iron Age and examples of these are at Trevelgue near Newquay, Maen Castle near Sennen, St Michael's at Rame Head, Dodman Point (near Gorran Haven), Treryn Dinas (site of Logan Rock), Trereen Dinas (Gurnard's Head) and The Rumps (near St Minver).. Modern forts. In Tudor times the coastal defences were strengthened (as by Henry .
Our picks include St Minver, New Polzeath and The Rumps. Never heard of them before? Don’t fret; these tiny villages are perfect for couples seeking tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of Cornwall’s lively tourist traps. The Rumps are our favourite: basaltic rock in the shape of twin-headland points at the corner of Pentire Head. From here there are tremendous views along the ragged rocky coastline, back to The Rumps, a volcanic twin headland topped with a prehistoric cliff castle, (see the Pentire Point & the Rumps Walk), and The Mouls, an offshore islet also known as 'Puffin Rock'.
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Reached by B from Wadebridge to and then by C roads to Pentire Farm, on Pentire headland. Take the coastal footpath (signposted). in “Cornovia: Ancient Sites of Cornwall & Scilly” (Cornwall Books -revised & ) adds “The magnificent cliff castle at the Rumps, near Polzeath, was found to have housed a.
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On the main floor, you. Click here to download a pdf of this Journal Contents Brooks, R.T: The Excavations of The Rumps Cliff Castle, St Minver, Cornwall Pearce, S.M: Some unpublished Bronzes from Cornwall Excavation News, Carn Brea, Ilogan Watch Hill, St Stephen-in-Brannel Continue reading →.
The Rumps Cliff Castle is sited on a promontory formed from a band of hard basaltic rock which was emplaced by undersea volcanic activity when this whole area lay on the bed of an ancient ocean. The rock exposures in the cliffs are of great interest to geologists, but the headland is also rewarding to those interested in the relatively recent.
By the late Iron Age, society was becoming more organised. Remains from this period, like hill forts, rounds and cliff castles, show that different types of sites were used for different things, like trade and craft production.
The Rumps is a cliff castle with three ramparts (walls) built on a narrow strip of land and surrounded by the sea.
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The monument includes a promontory fort, situated on the rocky coastal headland called Rumps Point, between Padstow and Port Quin Bays.
The fort survives as an irregularly-shaped enclosure defined by three banks and partially rock cut ditches across the neck of the headland on the southern side. St Minver, Cornwall: Yet more expanses of thrift appear as a pink haze, slithering towards the sea and overrun with rabbits Thrift growing along a.
This National Trust owned area is the site of Iron Age cliff fortifications, near Pentire Point, and a great coastal walk from either Port Quinn or Polzeath. Pentire Point. Pentire Point at the mouth of the Camel Estuary, is a stunning 20 minute walk from the Rumps.
Pentire Point extends from New Polzeath along the cliff-top, running the length of the beach at Polzeath, Hayle (meaning. In the s the Castle was bought by Sir Bracewell Smith, a local man who became Lord Mayor of London.
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Contents - - Thomas, C: The Society’s Excavations: The Henge at Castilly - - Russell, V and Pool, P.A.S: Excavation of a Menhir at Try, Gulval - - Brooks, R.T: The Rumps, St Minver: Interi. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. The Rumps cliff castle can be accessed via the coastal path or public footpath inland from Pentire Farm. Sources Brooks, RT, The Excavation of the Rumps Cliff Castle, St Minver, Cornwall in Cornish Archaeol pp Views: K.Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.
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