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Archaeologists in the united kingdom, are working to uncover the secrets of an ancient coastal fortress before it falls into the sea.
Perched on a slowly crumbling cliff edge, the whole fort is on the Lines Dinlle in Wales, and is believed to date back to the iron age, which began in 800 B. c., in the united Kingdom. The fort is at the west shore, has been the victim of coastal erosion, experts are working to record as much detail as possible on the site, as they may be.
The Director, D. Ph., the senior investigator of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales (RCAHMW), told Fox News about the fascinating structure.
“There is an Iron Age roundhouse, about 13 metres [42.7 feet] in diameter, is one of the largest stone roundhouse has been seen to have been dug up in the trench closest to the eroding cliff edge,” he said via e-mail. “This is a strange pre-historic to the building of a high quality. With the erosion of the coast, and to increase for another 50 years or so, before it goes to the left.”
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The site is believed to have been covered in coastal sand during a sand storm in 1330 A. D., according to the BBC.
The fort is in the Lines Dinlle, on the Welsh coast.
Archaeologists and geographers from the Royal Commission for Wales’ Aberystwyth University are being investigated for the site, including the use of climbing equipment in a careful study of the cliff-face.
The driver also told Fox News that the excavations are being funded by the HARBOR project, which is the study of climate change and coastal cultural heritage in Ireland and Wales.
“The investigation will be continued during the project’s lifetime in order to keep track of how much has been lost to the sea and to the growing impacts of climate change on the monument, and, with the help of techniques such as excavation, laser scanning, UAV [drone] observations,” put in the TREASURE-project, in a statement to Fox News.
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Owned by the UK’s National Trust, Lines Dinlle has been designated as a listed building by Cadw, the Welsh government’s historic environment service.
A 3D digital model of the Lines Dinlle fort. (TREASURE Project)
Wales, and continues to reveal new aspects of history. A student who is in his first-ever archaeological excavations, for example, have recently discovered an incredible ax, which dates back to the ‘Stone Age’ in Talsarn Wales, united kingdom.
The experts will also provide access to new details about a Roman villa at Abermagwr is in Wales.
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The other end of the iron age roundhouse in the Lines Dinlle. (TREASURE Project)
In 2017, archaeologists have discovered a bronze age burial site in a ritual site on the Welsh island of Anglesey.
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An aerial view of the Lines Dinlle captured by a drone.
A strange, prehistoric forest, it was recently revealed on a French beach, in the immediate aftermath of the Storm, Hanna.
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