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Iron age houses Tre r Ceiri ic32956

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aerial photograph of Tre'r Ceiri Iron Age hill fort on the Lleyn Peninsular in North Wales. The Hillfort is one of the best preserved in the country and is believed to date from 200BC although most evidence of settlement dates from the Roman Period 100 to 400 AD. The fort is noted for its numerous well preserved hut circles , the remains of Iron age homes.

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