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Pictish royal hillfort revealed by community project (www.bbc.co.uk)

The existence of King’s Seat Hillfort has been known for the last 100 years, but only recently the fort has been unearthed after a local community projects helped clear up the site from overgrown vegetation, including invasive rhododendrons.

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