Slate Hill Settlement Earthworks, Bolam
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Slate Hill Settlement Earthworks, Bolam
- Overview Map Remains of a defended Iron Age settlement around the top of Slate Hill, just north of Bolam Lake in Northumberland. The ruins are a Sheduled Monument.
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Settlement earthworks

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Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
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Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
- The Kettles is the earwork remains of an Iron Age and Roman hill fort and settlement near Earle and Wooler in Northumberland.[1] The fort occupies a natural ridge protected on ...
Hillfort, Yeavering Bell
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Hillfort, Yeavering Bell
- The remains of an Iron Age Hillfort are located on Yeavering Bell, a hill near Yeavering and Kirknewton in Northumberland. It was one of the largest known Iron Age hillforts in ...
Ad Gefrin
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Ad Gefrin
- Overview Map Street View Between Kirknewton and Yeavering in Northumberland are the extensive remains of the Anglo-Saxon royal township of Ad Gefrin. It was a large settlement covering an area ...
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Pawston Hill - Iron Age Hillfort
- The remains of an Iron Age hillfort are located on Pawston Hill, located to the south-west of the hamlet of Pawston and just to the north-west of Pawston Lake in ...
Iron Age Hillfort, Spindlestone Heughs
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Iron Age Hillfort, Spindlestone Heughs
Site of Iron Age Settlement, Houghton
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Site of Iron Age Settlement, Houghton
- Overview Aerial View To the south-west of Houghton in Northumberland, by Broomy Hill, are the remains of an Iron Age defended settlement. The remains are not easily visible as most of the defensive ...

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