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Uncovering Iron Age secrets

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Archaeologists have begun a major excavation at Britain's largest Iron Age hill fort.

The purpose of the Ham Hill site in Somerset is not known but researchers are now hoping to gain a deeper insight into life 2,000 years ago.

Cambridge Archaeological Unit's Christopher Evans examines the on-going excavation.


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