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Latitude: 52.0692 / 52°4'9"N
Longitude: -4.7361 / 4°44'10"W
OS Eastings: 212561
OS Northings: 244740
OS Grid: SN125447
Mapcode National: GBR CW.CXJW
Mapcode Global: VH2MT.V8K2
Entry Name: Glan-Dwr-Isaf Camp
Source ID: 2047
Cadw Legacy ID: PE213
Schedule Class: Monument
County: Pembrokeshire (Sir Benfro)
Community: Nevern (Nanhyfer)
Traditional County: Pembrokeshire
The monument comprises the remains of a defended enclosure, which probably dates to the Iron Age period (c. 800 BC - AD 74, the Roman conquest of Wales), and which is set on a promontory above where a feeder stream enters the Nant Ceibwr. It is naturally well defended by steep valley sides to the north, west, south and southeast falling away by 15m. A narrow approach to the promontory on the northeast side is protected by a single rampart. The bank of the rampart rises 3m over the interior and 5m over the ditch. There is a simple entrance through the rampart. The pear-shaped interior measures 90m north east to south west and 30m north west to south east. A depression marking a possible hut circle lies close to the rampart on the southern edge of the interior.
The monument is of national importance for its potential to enhance our knowledge of later prehistoric defensive organisation and settlement. The site forms an important element within the wider later prehistoric context and within the surrounding landscape. The site is well preserved and retains considerable archaeological potential. There is a strong probability of the presence of evidence relating to chronology, building techniques and functional detail.
The scheduled area comprises the remains described and areas around them within which related evidence may be expected to survive.