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Castell Trefadog

Llanfaethlu, Anglesey, north Wales

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OS 114 SH 291859 R2

A very heavily-defended coastal site. Recent excavation revealed the foundations of a 14th-century stone house inside an enclosure. An unusual site, perhaps akin to Penmaen Castle, Gower. Some have suggested a Viking origin for the site.

A Guide to Ancient and Historic Wales: Gwynedd, Frances Lynch, Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments, London, 1995.

 


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