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HAWCOCKS MOUNT

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A Medieval ringwork, probably the predecessor of Caus Castle (SJ 30 NW 1) associated with rig and furrow from a possible deserted village stands on Hawcock's Mount. The mount has an escarpment from 17 to 21 feet high, ramparted by a breast work 5 feet high. The ditch is 7 feet deep on the south, but has been destroyed on the north west side. The entrance is at the east. Scheduled.

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