Archaeology of the British Isles

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Archaeology of the British Isles

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This unusual Roman villa has been described as the first of its kind in England. Where was it found?

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This ship-shaped stone setting is the excavated remains of a ship burial on the Isle of Man. Where is it?

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This Holy well may originally date to the time of St Seiriol (6th century) who founded a cell here. The site developed into a monastery. Which monastery?

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This large motte and bailey castle has two bailies. The modern village is situated in one of the bailies. Where is this site?

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This rock carved footprint is in a hill fort that is believed to have been the capital of the kingdom of Dál Riata. Which hillfort is this?

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