This guidebook takes the reader on a tour of the history of Clwyd and Powys visiting 150 well preserved monuments which are accessible to the public. It covers the area roughly equivalent to the old counties of Flint, Denbigh, and part of Merioneth (together forming Clwyd) and Montgomery, Radnor and Brecon (Powys). Part of a series of four regional guides to Wales, this book provides the reader with a tangible link with the past.Dyfed Sian E. Rees. shaft, from top to ... The wheel-head has fret patterns on the sides, and the same quadruple triangular knot occurs on each shoulder. The shaft has, on ... It is much smaller and has a Latin inscription of the 5th or early 6th century: VITALIANI / EMERETO, or: (The stone) ofVitalianusEmereto. Vitalianus andanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales|
|Author||:||Sian E. Rees|
|Publisher||:||Stationery Office/Tso - 1992|