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Ty Mawr

Burial Chamber

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Nearest Town:Menai Bridge (1km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   SH539721 / Sheets: 114, 115
Latitude:53° 13' 31.64" N
Longitude:   4° 11' 19.64" W

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The chamber collapsed some time in the 19th Century - the capstone still lies on it's supporters as it has since 1873. Like Bodowyr there was a sill stone on the east between the passage and the burial chamber. The sill stone allows the monument to be classified as a small passage grave and probably one of the earlier tombs on Anglesey. IronMan Posted by IronMan
3rd July 2002ce