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MOEL FEITY, CURVILINEAR BANK

Site Details




NPRN
416411
Map Reference
SN82SE
Grid Reference
SN85472278
Unitary (Local) Authority
Powys
Old County
Brecknockshire
Community
Llywel
Type of Site
BOUNDARY BANK
Broad Class
AGRICULTURE AND SUBSISTENCE
Period
Unknown

Site Description

On the south-east facing slope of Moel Feity, above 500m altitude, lies a ruined wall. It is composed of mostly loose rubble, is up to 2m wide and is no more than 0.25m high. It follows a curvilinear path in a north-west to south-east direction for some 150m (NGR at NW end). Its date is not immediately clear but nearby recorded sites include a burnt mound to the east (NPRN 413490), a cist (403096), and a cairn (403097). Longhuts and related structures lie further to the south.

David Leighton, RCAHMW, 3 April 2012
  
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