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Archaeologists unearth royal secrets of Tintagel Castle's king

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« on: July 16, 2017, 05:06:21 pm »

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Ryan Smith on the Tintagel Castle archeology dig

During this period, Tintagel was almost certainly a royal site with trading links reaching from the Celtic Sea to the eastern Mediterranean.

The excavation also uncovered a selection of stone-walled structures on the southern terrace of Tintagel Castle’s island area, with substantial stone walls and slate floors, accessed by a flight of slate steps.

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