List of Figures

Figure 1: Reconstructed roundhouse at Castell Henllys, Pembrokeshire. (Image: Dyfed Archaeological Trust)

Figure 2: View of the Brecon Beacons upland landscape in south Wales showing the present-day open landscape on the summit with improved land and woodland on the lower slopes. (Image: T. Driver, Crown Copyright RCAHMW, AP-2007_2737)

Figure 3: View of Stackpole Warren, Pembrokeshire. Area includes Iron Age and Romano-British settlement including field systems. (Image: T. Driver, Crown Copyright RCAHMW, D12006_1237)

Figure 4: Cropmarks of Collfryn hillslope enclosure near Welshpool. Farmstead began during the Iron Age and lasted into the Roman period. (Image: C.R. Musson, Crown Copyright RCAHMW, D12011_0791)

Pollen evidence for the impact of human activity on the landscape during the Iron Age

Figure A: View of Erw-wen enclosure, terraced into north-west facing slope. (Image: T. Driver, Crown Copyright RCAHMW, AP-2006_3561)

Figure B: Aerial view showing location of Bryn y Castell hillfort. (Image: C.R. Musson, Crown Copyright RCAHMW, D12009_1268)

Figure C: Tregaron (Cors Caron) South-East Bog. (Image: A.E. Caseldine)

Iron Age exploitation of the wetland landscape at Goldcliff in the Severn Estuary

Figure D: Goldcliff intertidal area with peat exposures visible. (Image: T. Driver, Crown Copyright RCAHMW)

Figure E: Building 6 at Goldcliff. (Image: M. Bell)

Figure F: Cattle footprints beside Building 6. (Image: M. Bell)


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