Villagers go back to Iron Age for project - Local stories - Yorkshire Post
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YORKSHIRE archaeologists are about to start to build a replica Iron Age roundhouse of the type inhabited by our ancestors over 2,000 years ago.

The circular house is being built at Great Hucklow, a Derbyshire Peak district village, in a project led by Sheffield University archaeologists.

It will become a place where schoolchildren and others can learn about life in Iron Age Britain, which ended when the Romans arrived.

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