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Meet the tribe Castell Henllys would have been home to a wealthy and influential family, who led a community of up to 100 people. The people would all have lived and worked closely together to produce food and materials for themselves and the chief. tribe, demetae, community, warrior, druid, chief, blacksmith, villagers,

Recent History Hugh Foster bought the site in the 1970s and invited archaeologist Harold Mytum to excavate the hill fort. Once the roundhouses had been excavated they were rebuilt using Iron Age materials, which improved our understanding of how the roundhouses were constructed. recent, history, hugh, foster, chieftains, roundhouse, excavate,