It has been suggested1 that the headland named Dinas (SH 16703170, 43 N.E.) overlooking Porth Iago, has been fortified by banks across the landward end, and that it carries the foundations of a rectangular building. The remains are eroded and obscure, and it is at least equally probable that they are natural features modified by modern tracks and fieldbanks. The “building” is a slight ditch enclosing a small
rectangular space, a type of structure common in the district
(see p. clxxix) and probably of no great age.

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