Okey-pokey. It's time to go and have a look at the old burg.
Before we start I'd just like to say, as you'll discover, that there is one problem with photographing Chysauster and that is that generally you are not much higher than the site itself which makes it hard to get a decent perspective at times.
I believe that the possibility of building a viewing problem was once brought up but was nixed (on the grounds of cost mainly).
Luckily for you, and, in deed, me, and thanks to the efforts of Celia Sterne at English Heritage (and to Judith Dobie whose artwork it is), we can give you something to help you get your head round the site a bit more easily:-
Getting the hang of it?
Well, worry ye not because (1) it's much clearer when you are actually there in the flesh and (2) English Heritage have put up a number of useful and helpful signboards which give you :-
What more could you ask for, eh?
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