Chatton Law Camp, and Cup and Ring Marked Rocks
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County Council (Unitary)
Northumberland County Council
SE072072 (407225, 629396)
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An Iron Age enclosed settlement is visible as an earthwork on air photographs. The feature is formed by two sub-circular, concentric banks, which are mutilated in places, with an outer ditch to the north and east. There appears to be an entrance in the south-east and another possible entrance in the north where there is a break in the outer rampart and ditch. There is evidence of internal divisions and a possible hut circle. To the west of the entrance there is a rock with three cup and ring marks and a straight line of small slots cut into the rock.
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