What Lies Beneath, a geophysical study of Capel Gwladys

The area of open common-land is dominated archaeologically, culturally and visually by the remains of Capel Gwladys, which probably has early medieval origins. A number of Roman practice camps add military interest to the area and links to the forts in Gelligaer Historic Settlement (HLCA 001) in the south. Fieldwork has discovered an extensive relict medieval landscape of considerable importance, especially as it may be associated with the documented demesne manor of Eglwyswladus.

Project details

Funding amount:
EAFRD (WG RC_RDP Wales) contribution
£2600.00
Funding source:
LEADER Local Development Fund
Area:
Caerphilly
Completion:
Theme:
1, 3
Measure:
19.2

Contact:

Name:
Kevin Eadon-Davies
Telephone number:
01443 838632
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