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CAER DDUNOD

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NPRN 303498

Map Reference SH95SE

Grid Reference SH98515202

Unitary (Local) Authority Conwy

Old County Denbighshire

Community Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr

Type of Site HILLFORT

Broad Class DEFENCE

Period Iron Age

Site Description An isolated, flat-topped hillock rising above the Afon Alwen, its irregularly oval summit area, c.164m NW-SE by 84m, currently defined by a drystone field-wall, which has been regarded as a natural feature.
(source Os495card; SH95SE10)
Traces of an inner circuit, c.15m within the peripheral field-wall, can be observed on the S, where it follows the line of a field-wall portrayed by OS County series (Denbigh. XXV.5 1875) &, less certainly, on the SW, whilst traces of terracing, that could be associated with a rampart, are apparent on the NW & NE; a possible counterscarp bank appears to run about the foot of the natural slopes about the enclosure on the W & SW, c.30-25m from the line of enclosure.
A possible circular feature, c.10m in diameter, is apparent within (at given NGR).

J.Wiles 25.05.04

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