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Hillforts

Hillforts in Wales were usually heavily-defended hilltop enclosures with encircling earth or stone ramparts topped with timber palisades.

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FLIMSTON BAY CAMP

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DINAS DINLLE HILLFORT

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CAER DREWEN; CAER DREWYN

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PEN-Y-CRUG

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TRE'R CEIRI FORT, LLANAELHAEARN

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CEFN CARNEDD HILLFORT, NEAR CAERSWS

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LLANMELIN WOOD HILLFORT

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ST DAVID'S HEAD CAMP; CLAWDD Y MILWYR

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PEN DINAS HILLFORT, ABERYSTWYTH

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CASTELL HENLLYS

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Y BWLWARCAU

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Virtual view of Gaer Fawr hillfort

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Reconstruction of Hen Gaer hillfort

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Reconstruction of Tre'r Ceiri hillfort

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Foel Drygarn hillfort, Crymych

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