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Moneylaws Castle Hill Camp


"The monument includes the remains of a univallate defended settlement of Iron Age date, situated on the summit of Moneylaws Hill with extensive views in all directions. The enclosure measures 151m north east-south west and 91m north west-south east. It is surrounded by a single bank and ditch which in the northern half of the monument survive as a low earthwork and in the southern half survive as a cropmark. The form and landscape setting of the monument indicate it to be an Iron Age enclosure." (Historic England)

Carham Civil Parish Moneylaws Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carham Civil Parish
from https://historicengland.org...
Moneylaws Castle Hill camp
- "....The monument includes the remains of a univallate defended settlement of Iron Age date, situated on the summit of Moneylaws Hill with extensive views in all directions. The enclosure measures ...

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