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CADBURY CASTLE

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Roman occupation at Cadbury Castle uncovered primarily during excavations in 1966-70 (See ST 62 NW 1 for an overview of the site and its excavation history). The occupation is dated mainly to the 3rd and 4th centuries, as indicated by pottery, coins, tessera and roof and flue tiles. Suggestions have been made that a temple may have existed on the site, but this is highly speculative.

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