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SCOTS DYKE

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Once thought to be a 6th or 7th century territorial boundary, it has been dated to the early-mid Iron Age by excavations 2006-7. It survives in places as a linear earthwork consisting of a bank and ditch. A section 80m long in St Martin's parish is Scheduled.

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