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Hollow on inside north rampart near north east corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards possible entrance in the north rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Modern path leading up to fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Dun da Lamh, east-facing view of interior, illustration 4 from a report on a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards the River Spey from the fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Modern structure built into the east rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along middle part of south rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Platform just inside north rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Small circular hollow built into rampart at foot of north west-facing crag, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Well seen from rocky knoll, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Panoramic view towards north west corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Dun da Lamh, shelter possibly associated with World War II lookout, illustration 6 from a report on a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards path leading up to the fort from the south west, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards south corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards natural spur at south corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Modern structure built into the rampart at south corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Dip in the rampart indicating a possible entrance, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View along middle part of south rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Panoramic view towards the River Spey from the west rampart, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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Dun da Lamh, inner rampart face exposed at north-west corner, illustration 5 from a report on a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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View towards north west corner of fort, photograph of Dun da Lamh, from a topographic archaeological survey at five Pictish Forts in the Highlands
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