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WYCHBURY RING

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Earthwork remains of an Iron Age multi- vallate hillfort with complex defences enclosing 7.25 acres with an annexe of 5.5 acres on the south. An Iron Age Bronze terret and bronze ring was found. There is no trace of an alleged field system. Roman coins found in adjacent fields suggest the presence of a Roman settlement. The site has been Scheduled. Roman masonary is claimed to have been found in the area around Wychbury Hillfort. Listed by E Scott as a possible Roman villa site.

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