Archaeological investigation began in 1904 where they found many artifacts to give us a glimpse of life in the hill fort. Most of the finds were iron tools, pottery and glass beads stone spindle-whorls which came from the Roman period (AD50-400), which shows that Tre’r Ceiri was still in use when the Romans occupied north wales. But it was not until later excavations in the 1950s where we gained greater understanding of the settlements construction and defenses. One particular area of interest was the Early Bronze Age burial cairn on the summit.
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Tre’r Ceiri, Gwynedd by Rhion Pritchard licensed under CC by 2.0