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Soil Marks. Badbury Hill. Great Coxwell

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Recti-linear features visible as soil marks on air photographs. Located on the east side of the hillfort, they may be field boundaries associated with the settlement and therefore of Iron Age or Romano-British date.

St Davids Head: Carn llidi, Defensive Wall

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

This apparently defensive structure or barrier which is quite distinct from the major field system and enclosures to its immediate SE., cuts off the isthmus of St Davids Head from just above Porth Melgan in the S to Porth Llong in the N. It consists now of a broad band of piled stones and...

Bank Coombe Hill and Low Scrubs

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A low bank some 43m. long running in a north east direction, turning sharply north-west at its southern end for a further 18m. Width about 6.5m. It appears to be similar to bank 150248, and may be associated with it and therefore of a similar date, Iron Age or Roman.

Bank Coombe Hill and Low Scrubs

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A low bank some 43m. long running in a north east direction, turning sharply north-west at its southern end for a further 18m. Width about 6.5m. It appears to be similar to bank 150248, and may be associated with it and therefore of a similar date, Iron Age or Roman.