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SHENBERROW HILLFORT

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The earthwork remains of an Iron Age hillfort. The inner defences consist of a rampart with ditch, both features terminating at the scarp edge to the north and south. There is an entrance on the southern side. Excavations in 1935 revealed the inner rampart on the south to have a dry stone revetment on its inner face. Iron Age pottery and Romano British pottery have been recovered from the site together with fragments of iron, a bronze brooch and part of a rotary quern.

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