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Llyn Brenig (Archaeological Trail)

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Should've known it'd be on here.... I'd love to have done a site like this one! (Maybe I'll write a book instead....)
Moth Posted by Moth
31st August 2003ce

A short guide to archaeological remains at Brenig by the Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust


Not THAT 'short' with a title like that...! Has a bit of general info.
Moth Posted by Moth
31st August 2003ce

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Llyn Brenig 6 — Images (click to view fullsize)

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16th June 2017ce

Llyn Brenig 51 — Images

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19th March 2016ce

Llyn Brenig 8 (Cairn(s)) — Fieldnotes

It's no more than two hundred yards, a five minute walk from No51 to No8, I spied a farmer seeing to his flock so I went down hill a little to put some earth between us, and I got to No8, the stone circle, without any strange looks, which can arise when carrying step ladders across Welsh hills.
I proceeded to photograph the stones from aloft, which is the best way to appreciate these stones as they are on a knoll and at ground level only one side of the circle can be seen at once.

Ladders to one side I circled the circle, leaving the interior untill i'd got everything from the exterior that I could, then the dreaded farmer came over. To begin with I thought he was talking Welsh to me, but it turns out he was talking English, just incomprehensible, I only got part of what he said, nice day and ancient cemetry was all I got, oh and he asked if the ladders were mine, with a daft smile on his face, apparently you don't see that very often.

After he left I retook to inspecting the stones a bit closer, The biggest stones in the circle and they really are quite large are on the west side, those at the east are much smaller and trying to burrow under the grass. Inside the circle are a number of other earthfast stones suggesting a cist maybe or something else. The equinox sunrise would have appeared from the same notch in the hills, but was it for this ring cairn or the bigger one up hill, does that even make sense?
Enough, iv'e got to get to that last cairn I've only just learned of, time is still on my side and one word keeps me moving, Mountains, i'm off to Snowdonia in a bit.
postman Posted by postman
24th March 2012ce

Llyn Brenig 8 (Cairn(s)) — Images

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