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History in the News

HEATWAVE UNCOVERS LOST SETTLEMENTS

As Britain basked in the sunshine, fragments of the landscape’s ancient past were revealed by the heat

These lines trace out the long-gone ramparts of a hill fort in Cross Oak, Powys

The recent heatwave in Britain led to the discovery of ancient settlements across Wales. Late June and early July saw prolonged hot weather across Britain and, as fields dried out, crop marks appeared, visible only from above. They mark out long-lost archeological sites that no-one knew existed.

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