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Moel Drygarn



Moel Drygarn consists of three sizeable cairnes Bronze Age within the defenses of an Iron Age hillfort. According to Mr Barber (in his book More Mysterious Wales), the three cairnes are known as Môn, Maelan and Madog. They are named after the three Welsh kings that are buried underneath them (allegedly). Kammer Posted by Kammer
7th May 2003ce
Edited 3rd December 2004ce

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