Sudbrook Camp is defined by up to four lines of ditched ramparts that form a roughly triangular area, about 200m from east-north-east to west-south-west by 92m, resting on a low eroding cliff line on the south. Excavations between 1934 and 1936 (Nash Williams 1939), produced late Iron Age, Romano-British and medieval pottery, although the interpretation of their contexts has been questioned (Knight 1971, 18; Sell 2001).
Sources: Nash Williams 1939 (AC 94), 42-79;
Knight 1971 (Mon. Ant. 3), 17-19;
Sell 2001 (Studia Celtica 35), 109-141.
J.Wiles, RCAHMW, 24 October 2003.