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    drawing showing what an Iron Age man and woman might have looked like Old Sarum was an Iron Age Hillfort Hillforts were used as administrative centres cattlepounds and markets but also places of safety in which whole communities could take shelter during times of threat The site was then used by the Romans who called it Sorviodunum It was then used by the Anglo Saxons and Normans The Normans built

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    Favourites This is a reconstruction drawing of Ingleborough Hillfort It was a fortified settlement that was built by a British Iron Age tribe called the Brigantes in the 1st century AD It is a stone built rampart enclosing about twenty roundhouses The roundhouses or huts tend to cluster in discrete groups All are between 5 5m and 8 0m in diameter within rubble walls The stone rampart is 3 000

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    Heritage Gateway Images of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Old Oswestry Hillfort Oswestry Shropshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This is a reconstruction drawing of what Old Oswestry Hillfort might have looked like The hillfort has ramparts made of five earthen banks and ditches There are two entrances one on the east and one on the west The inner two banks and ditches are the earliest and probably dating to around the sixth century BC The visible earthworks represent several phases of construction Each phase increased the defensive capabilities and status of the site Excavations during the 1940s revealed that the site was in use from the Late Bronze Age through to the end of the Iron Age The earliest occupation of the site being a Late Bronze Age settlement of round huts A Roman phase at the site is indicated by finds of pottery and tile but exactly where their activity was concentrated is uncertain This site is now in the care of English Heritage 20100 Read detailed archaeological description Copyright Ivan Lapper Source English Heritage Photo Library Reference N080553 Location Shropshire Oswestry Date Taken N A Period

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    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Glastonbury Lake Village Glastonbury Somerset click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view of excavations of the Iron Age settlement known as the Glastonbury Lake Village in Somerset Many of the artefacts were well preserved in the marshy soil Copyright Reproduced by permission of English Heritage NMR Reference bb72 02822 Location Somerset Glastonbury Date

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    an Iron Age village Wiltshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A reconstruction of life in the Iron Age village of Little Woodbury in Wiltshire for the BBC film Beginning of History The hut palisade and post structure are based on excavated evidence This photograph is from the Central Office of Information collection Copyright Copyright Crown copyright NMR Reference

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    years the village was formed of relatively simple Iron Age round houses Their walls were built of turf or wattle daubed with clay and the roofs were probably covered with thatch or turf supported on timber posts These have now completely disappeared with only the circular drainage gullies and postholes surviving to be excavated by archaeologists in the 1960s As part of this early settlement a remarkable underground stone chamber

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    of England PastScape NMR ViewFinder Iron Age settlement Scarborough North Yorkshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Reconstruction drawing of the Iron Age settlement on the headland where Scarborough Castle now stands The drawing shows a cluster of thatched roundhouses these were the typical houses of the Iron Age in Britain Copyright Ivan Lapper Source English Heritage Photo Library

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    called it Sorviodunum It was then used by the Anglo Saxons and Normans The Normans built both a castle and cathedral here in the 11th century This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2011 Read detailed archaeological description Add to My Favourites Peter Dunn Source English Heritage Photo Library People at Old Sarum Iron Age Hillfort Salisbury Wiltshire This is a reconstruction drawing showing what an Iron Age man and woman might have looked like Old Sarum was an Iron Age Hillfort Hillforts were used as administrative centres cattlepounds and markets but also places of safety in which whole communities could take shelter during times of threat The site was then used by the Romans who called it Sorviodunum It was then used by the Anglo Saxons and Normans The Normans built both a castle and cathedral here in the 11th century This site is now in the care of English Heritage 2011 Read detailed archaeological description Add to My Favourites Copyright English Heritage NMR Painswick Camp Painswick Gloucestershire This Iron Age hillfort also known as Kimsbury Hillfort is sited on the scarp of the Cotswolds overlooking the Severn valley The interior is badly scarred by stone quarrying Add to My Favourites Copyright Crown copyright NMR Ingleborough Hillfort Ingleton North Yorkshire An aerial view of Ingleborough Hillfort under a blanket of snow The fortified settlement was built by a British tribe called the Brigantes in the 1st century AD The collapsed stone rampart was 3 000 feet long Add to My Favourites Judith Dobie English Heritage Graphics Team Ingleborough Hillfort Ingleton North Yorkshire This is a reconstruction drawing of Ingleborough Hillfort It was a fortified settlement that was built by a British Iron Age tribe called the Brigantes in the 1st century AD It is a stone built rampart enclosing about twenty roundhouses The roundhouses or huts tend to cluster in discrete groups All are between 5 5m and 8 0m in diameter within rubble walls The stone rampart is 3 000 feet long At 720m it is the highest hillfort in England Read detailed archaeological description Add to My Favourites Copyright English Heritage NMR Danebury hillfort Hampshire Reconstruction drawing of round houses in the quarry hollow behind the rampart during the 2nd century BC The hillfort was built c2 500 years ago and is believed to have been used for around 500 years During the Iron Age Britain was divided into many tribal territories and hillforts were probably the strongholds and main settlements for these territories Add to My Favourites Ivan Lapper Source English Heritage Photo Library Old Oswestry Hillfort Oswestry Shropshire This is a reconstruction drawing of what Old Oswestry Hillfort might have looked like The hillfort has ramparts made of five earthen banks and ditches There are two entrances one on the east and one on the west The inner two banks and ditches are the earliest and probably dating to around the sixth century BC The visible earthworks represent several phases of construction

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