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CHUN CASTLE

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A multivallate Iron Age hillfort and iron working site. The hillfort was first excavated in 1895 by Cornish and again between 1925 and 1930 by Leeds. The remains of houses and a well were found. It has been alleged that there may have been some Roman settlement here also (some apparantly early Roman pottery was found in the upper fills of a ditch). The interior buildings are in poor condition and in some places appear as a series of pits. Scheduled.

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