Traducción de hillfort en Español:


poblado fortificado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈhɪlfɔːt/


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    (en un monte) poblado fortificado masculino
    • During this time they visited a local market in Pisac in the Urabamba Valley and also Sacsayhuaman, an Inca hill fort above Cusco.
    • Amongst the hill forts are Emain Macha, Ráth na Ríogh at Tara, Grianán Ailigh in Donegal, and Dún Aonghusa on Aranmore.
    • The new stone circle has 108 stones, eight of which are very large, arranged in two circles and built near the site of an Iron Age hill fort.
    • It is located on the site of an Iron Age hill fort discovered in 1995, excavated and studied by the local archaeological trust.
    • He is trying to make himself return to the hill fort, to stand four square with his brothers against the Romans.
    • Across Britain and Ireland there are thousands of Iron Age barrows and burial mounds, and hundreds of Iron Age hill forts.
    • The site, on the western edge of Salisbury Plain, near Warminster, is one of the best preserved and most significant Iron Age hill forts in Wiltshire.
    • Archaeologists have identified one of Britain's largest prehistoric hill forts in the North Yorkshire Moors.
    • Two years later his ashes were brought back and laid to rest in a huge ceremony at the hill fort of Okoki on 8 August 1954.
    • The archaeological interest is provided by the remains of an ancient hill fort called Dun da Lamh - the fort of two hands.
    • On the way from Delhi to Jaipur are the hill forts of Jaigarh and Nahargarh that look down on the city.
    • Crowned with the ruins of a Bronze Age hill fort and a mobile-phone mast, The Wrekin is the subject of much local mythology.
    • The main focal points in the park are the Iron Age hill fort, which covers around 12 acres.
    • Long before its construction an Iron Age hill fort of the 6th century B.C. occupied the site, its double ditch can still be seen on the west of the castle.
    • The Wrekin is an important and well known small hill in Shropshire with the remains of an Iron Age hill fort at its summit.
    • The other photo is of Barbary Castle, the ancient hill fort just south of Wroughton, and was taken in 1948.
    • The name Dumyat is thought to mean hill fort of the Maeatae.
    • Battlesbury Camp, on the western edge of Salisbury Plain is one of the best preserved and most significant of the 50 Iron Age hill forts in the county.
    • This area is also rich in ancient hill forts, Danebury and Woolbury ring Forts being close by.