Seaton Down is the location of an Iron Age hill fort that takes the form of an earthwork with a large linear rampart cutting a promontory of land at the northeast end of the down off as a defensive fortification. It is slightly unusual in this layout when compared with other forts in the area. The fort is approximately 125 metres (410 ft) above sea level.
- R. R. Sellman, Aspects of Devon History (Devon Books, 1985, p. 11 (map). ISBN 0-86114-756-1
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