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NASH HILL

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Earthwork remains of an Iron Age promontory fort or hillfort visible on aerial photographs and lidar images as an incomplete univallate sub-circular enclosure on Naish Hill. The northern part of the hillfort is absent, either lost through erosion and slumping, or constructed to utilise the abrupt northern edge of the hilltop. Roman pottery has been found on the site.

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