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  • Section of wattle and daub wall at Castell Henllys Iron Age hillfort [image 1 of 2]

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This photograph of a partially reconstructed wall shows how they were made from wattle (thin branches of flexible wood) and daub (a mixture of mud, cow dung, water and straw).

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