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DOWSBOROUGH CAMP

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Earthwork remains of an Iron Age hillfort and a Bronze Age bowl barrow. The hillfort is defined by a single rampart and ditch which encloses an oval area of circa 2 hectares. Additional elements include trial pits for stone/copper ore, a charcoal burning platform and evidence of WWII activity. There is the possiblity of a late Roman/post-Roman phase at the site. The site has been recorded on aerial photographs.

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