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LIDBURY CAMP

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An Iron Age enclosed settlement, which is roughly square/ sub rectangular in plan. It features a counterscarped bank with a causway entrance in the south side near the south-east corner. Excavations carried out in 1914 yielded Iron Age "La-Tene" style artefacts, as well as small quantities of Romano-British pottery. The relationships between fragments of "celtic" field systems in the area and the settlement are not clear.

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