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CHANCTONBURY RING

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Slight, roughly circular univallate hillfort dating to the early Iron Age with traces of earlier prehistoric occupation. Situated towards the middle of a roughly west-east aligned chalk ridge forming part of the Sussex Downs. The hillfort survives as earthworks and buried remains approximately enclosing an area of 1.5ha and are formed by a bank circa 10m wide and up to 0.8m high surrounded by a ditch around 8m wide and circa 0.7m deep. Excavations have indicated activity in the Neolithic and Bronze Age periods.

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