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MONUMENT NO. 421566

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A plain an gwarry, thought to be one of the two best known medieval playing places. It consists of a levelled circular area, with possible steps leading downwards enclosed in a wall and bank. A small corbelled chamber survives. The outer wall stands to a height of 2 metres. The site was excavated in 1956.

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