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HIRFYNYDDPrimary Reference Number (PRN) : 00541w
Trust : Glamorgan Gwent
Site Type : Signal station
Period : Roman
Community : Seven Sisters
NGR : SN82840663
Legal Protection : scheduled ancient monument
Please note that some of the sources contain information that, as yet, has not been included in this description field. This will be updated in due course.Rectangular earthwork 19,5m by 18.3m with bank c1.8-3.7m wide by c0.3m high.
Please note that some of the sources contain information that, as yet, has not been included in this description field. This will be updated in due course.
Rectangular earthwork 19,5m by 18.3m with bank c1.8-3.7m wide by c0.3m high, with rounded corners and external ditch. Single entrance in middle of SE side.
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Related PRNs : 570w
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