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MAESBURY CASTLE

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A small multivallate Iron Age hillfort with defences enclosing the summit of a round hilltop, on the southern side of the Mendip Hills. The earthworks are oval in plan, with two lines of ramparts enclosing an inner area of 2.8ha. The two ramparts are nor always concentric, and there is a gap between them, particularly at the western entrance.

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