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View of the Trundle Trundle (Old English: Tryndel, meaning "circle"[1][2]) is an Iron Age hill fort on Saint Roche's Hill about 3 miles (5 km) north of Chichester, Sussex, England.[3] Trundle is one of just four hill forts built in Sussex. The fort was built around a Neolithic causewayed enclosure, of which very little can be seen on the ground. History St. Roche's Hill has been used for several purposes, dating back to the Palaeolithic era [2]. The hill fort was a Neolithic causewayed enclosure before the Iron Age hill fort was built around the pre-existing structure. It is unknown for what purpose the fort was originally built, but the site was used in 1645 by the Clubmen as a military base and subsequently as a beacon site to warn against attack by the French. This beacon was lit in 1745, causing much alarm in the surrounding countryside.[2] The hill was also the site of a small (around 11x14ft [2]) chapel, until it was left to ruin. It is thought the chapel was built at some point in the 15th century and destroyed during the Reformation.[4] A windmill was also present on the site of the hill-fort. It is not known when it was built, but in 1773, the windmill burnt down in a storm, along with a windmill on Portsdown Hill.[2] The summit of St. Roche's Hill is now the site of two large radio masts.[1][2] Archaeological excavations During archaeological excavations of the hill fort, numerous objects have been discovered: Middle Iron-Age pottery, potboilers, human bones (an arm bone and a skull), animal bones (ox, horse, pig, dog, cat and sheep), charcoal, various iron objects (including a knife, a spearhead, an adze blade, a sickle, large iron rings and iron slag) and several quern fragments.[2] References Wikimedia Commons has media related to: The Trundle ^ a b http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=5054 ^ a b c d e f g http://www2.prestel.co.uk/aspen/sussex/trundle.html ^ 2.prestel history ^ http://www.westsussex.info/trundle-view.shtml Coordinates: 50°53′33″N 0°45′14″W / 50.892585°N 0.753894°W / 50.892585; -0.753894