Aldreth Causeway and Belsars Hill Iron Age hillfort from the air
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aerial photo of Aldreth Causeway and Belsars Hill Iron Age hillfort, Willingham, Cambridgeshire, England UK. Belsars Hill hillfort was constructed on the boundary between the Iceni and Catuvellauni territories. The Aldreth Causeway is an ancient trackway from Cambridge to the Isle of Ely. The causeway was also used by William the Conquer as he repressed British resistance led by Hereward the Wake.
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