Březí u Říčan, Prague-East dist., Central Bohemian Region
A small Hallstatt Period hillfort, probably used by the local elite, at a typical location on a promontory above a stream. Preserved today are two ditches and two massive banks – the remnants of wood and earth ramparts. The hillfort was apparently destroyed by fire.
References: Kudrnáč 1962.
Navigation points: N 50°01'19.69", E 14°41'58.76" (northeast).
Map notes: A – outer bank with ditch; B – inner bank with ditch; C – edge of the steep slope of the promontory; D – terrace around the plateau, probably the remains of a perimeter ditch; E–F – locations of the profiles shown in the text. Map symbols are available in the Downloads section.
Selected fulltext articles and reports for further reading. Complete bibliographical records are available in the Downloads section as the List of publications.aatlas_cech_009_brezi_u_rican-pdfArcheologický atlas Čech – Březí u ŘíčanKudrnáč, J. 1962: Halštatské hradiště u Březí, okres Praha‐východ, Archeologické rozhledy 14/4, 470–475.