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Pablo S. Eljas on June 25, 2010

Es muy interesante, es por la localización es prerromano a todas luces, aunque fuera ocupado posteriormente por visigodos, muchas gracias de verdad me guardo la localización. Sabrias decirme el nombre del castro o de ese cerro donde esta ubicado,... Un saludo.

ANGEL, EL ALFA III on June 25, 2010

Siempre han dicho que es celtíbero, además algunos restos sguen conservando su forma circular. Pero seguro que lo ocuparon despues los Visigodos, quien sabe si eran los mismisimos Patones Saludos

Andy Rodker on January 13, 2012

Hi Angel, I have seen these and other stone remains which puzzle me. I met a fellow walker (from Valdemanco) who told me that all these ruins were Celtiberian, including the ramparts all around El Cancho Gordo and elsewhere in the Sierra de la Cabrera. Do you know where I can find out about these ruins?? I would be extremely grateful. As you know by now, my Spanish is non-existant! In the meantime, seeing as no-one else has, and I genuinely like this, I give it a LIKE! Best Wishes, Andy

ANGEL, EL ALFA III on January 15, 2012

Thank you very much Andy. These ruins are Celts. They were probably occupied then by the Visigoths. I've only seen some solo link. uno dos

Andy Rodker on January 15, 2012

Many thanks for this, Angel. I will definately investigate much further. Kind regards, Andy

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