List number: 1011834
Keys to the Past HER: N10578
Grid ref: NZ0775282166

Slate Hill Settlement Earthworks, Bolam, Northumberland


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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Defended settlement on Slate Hill

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Settlement earthworks

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Earthworks on Slate Hill

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
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Defended settlement on Slate Hill, 300m north west of Bolam Lake - List Entry
- "The monument includes a defended settlement of Iron Age date occupying the summit of Slate Hill. The roughly semicircular enclosure measures a maximum of 98m east to west by 62m ...

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Slate Hill (Belsay)
- "This monument is a defended settlement of Iron Age date occupying the summit of Slate Hill. The semi-circular enclosure covers an area 98m by 62m and has four ramparts. They ...

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Simon Cotterill

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