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MONUMENT NO. 43942

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A prehistoric enclosure survives as an earthwork on Castle Hill above Leck. The monument consists of a ditch circa 100m in diameter with internal and external banks and entrances located to south and north-west, the latter seemingly associated with low hornworks. There is a second low bank in the interior, offset somewhat from the ditch, perhaps defining an earlier phase to the monument. A number of other internal features are visible but are hard to interpret satisfactorily. Scheduled: NHLE uid 1012822.

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