Hiding in plain site: Norman castle found to have been built on top of mysterious 2,500-year-old mound

Rising up from the rolling Yorkshire landscape, it is an unusual hill thought to have been built by the Norman conquerors as they tried to subdue England after the Battle of Hastings.
For centuries, archaeologists believed the 42-feet high mound was the remains of a motte and bailey-style castle built in the wake of the battle in 1066.
But a new study has revealed it may in fact be a gigantic man-made mound that dates to more than 1,500 years before William the Conqueror swept across England.
WHAT WAS THE MOUND FOR  The exact purpose of large mounds like the one at Silbury Hill and Skipsea... read more

5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail

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