Brentor Church Dartmoor National Park in Devon Uk,
Brent Tor is a tor on the western edge of Dartmoor, approximately five miles (8 km) north of Tavistock, rising to 1100 ft (330m) above sea level.
The Tor is surmounted by the Church of St Michael, the parish church of the village of Brentor, which lies below the Tor.
Around the Tor are Iron Age earthworks, the remnants of a Hill fort.
Unusually, the fortifications are at the base of the Tor, rather than the summit as is more normal (compare with Brent Knoll in Somerset).
No serious archaeological work has been carried out on the site. However, the northern ramparts in particular are well preserved,
displaying a multi-vallate pattern characteristic of the Iron-A, or early -B, culture. There are three distinct consecutive ramparts in this sector,
and traces of internal partitioning.
The Church of St Michel de Rupe ("Saint Michael of the Rock") atop the Tor dates to the 13th century,
and measures 15 feet (4.6 m) wide and 37 feet (1...