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Tynwald Hill at St John's is the traditional ancient meeting place of the Manx parliamentary assembly, dating back at least to the late first millennium AD. The hill itself is an artificial mound, stepped in profile, approximately 25m in diameter at the base, and 3. Its earliest phase dates to later prehistory, when the first indications of communal assemblies can be glimpsed. Later the development of a royal centre focused in the nearby upper Neb valley allowed the site to increase in importance, and by the early 2 nd millennium AD Tynwald Hill was in use as a national meeting place.