Archaeologists have sifted through evidence gathered around 40 years ago to uncover the hidden secrets of an ancient East Lothian hill fort.
Investigation of an extensive 1970s dig at Broxmouth, near Dunbar, have generated a greater understanding of life at the settlement.
Evidence suggests that the community lasted for almost 1000 years before the area was abandoned when the Romans left.
Part of the hill was occupied as early as 3000 BC – earlier than first thought.
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