Glamorgan: its history and topography

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W. Lewis (printers) ltd., 1943 - History - 463 pages
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1
HI GEOLOGICAL FEATURES SOIL
14
PEOPLE LANGUAGE POPULATION
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13th century Abbey Aberavon Aberdare aisle ancient appears arch Barry Island became bell Bonvilston Breos Bridgend Bristol Channel Bronze Age Brythonic building built Cadoc Caerau Caerphilly Castle Carboniferous Cardiff Cardiff Castle Carmarthen Carmarthenshire castle Cefn Bryn chambered tomb chancel chapel chapel of ease church of St churchyard Coity Coity Castle colliery Colwinstone consists of chancel Cowbridge Coychurch cross Decorated period dedicated to St Despenser Donat's Earl Earl of Warwick Early English style east edifice Edward embattled western tower erected Ewenny Ewenny Priory feet Flemingston Fonmon font Garth Mountain Gelligaer Gileston Giraldus Cambrensis Gower Gower peninsula hagioscope hill Hirwaun Hugh le Despenser inscription John Kenfig king knights known Laleston land Landimore later limestone Llanblethian Llancarfan Llandaff Llandaff Cathedral Llangynwyd Llanmihangel Llansannor Llantrisant Llantrithyd Llantwit Major Llyn Fawr Llysworney lord of Glamorgan lordship Loughor Maesteg Margam Margam Abbey Merthyr Merthyr Mawr miles north miles west Museum of Wales National Museum nave near Neath Neath Abbey Neolithic Norman north-west Ogham Ogmore Ogmore Castle Ogmore river Oxwich Bay parish Penard Penarth Penrice Castle Penydarren period piscina Pontardawe Pontypridd Port Eynon Port Talbot Porthcawl probably promontory fort Radyr remains reredos Reynoldston Rhondda Rhondda valley Rhossili Rhymney river Rhys ap Tewdwr river river Neath river Ogmore river Taff road Robert Fitzhamon Roman rood-loft sanctus bell Senghenydd side slab south porch South Wales Southerndown stone Stradling Swansea Swansea Castle Teilo tomb town transept tumulus turret Vale of Glamorgan valley village wall Welsh Welsh language Wenvoe William William de Breos Ystradowen

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