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Caer Leb


Caer Leb is a rectangular shaped earthwork with double banks and ditches. It measures approximately two hundred feet by one hundred and sixty feet, so it is quite a large site. A 3rd Century brooch and a 4th Century denarius along with some Roman pottery and Iron Age quern stones have been found at Caer Leb. This indicates that the structure was originally of the Iron Age and later probably became a Romano-British settlement.

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Simon Topham

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