Dyke measuring 4-6m high, crosses the Icknield Way.
350 c: Constructed
6-7 C Anglo-Saxon earthwork, possibly constructed by Penda.
1973 Partially excavated by Cambridge University Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, when the A14 cut through a section of the dyke.
1988 Surveyed and Measured by English Heritage; Cambridge County Council Archaeology Section.
1991 Excavated by Cambridgeshire County Council Archaeology Section.
2002 Devil’s Dyke Restoration Project launched.
2006 Evaluated by Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd.