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Tuesday, 28 February 2012

The Story of Wales






Last night, BBC Wales broadcast the first of a major series of programmes telling the history of Wales over six episodes. This first episode: ‘The Makings of Wales’ looked at the earliest-known human burial in Western Europe at Paviland Cave, the biggest prehistoric copper mine in the world at the Great Orme, Llandudno, the Neolithic chambered tomb at Barclodiad y Gawres (The Giantesses Apronful), the Iron Age hillfort of Tre’r Ceiri (City of the Giants). Caerleon Roman sites and inscribed stones at St Illtyd’s church, Llantwit Major, and finally a look at the cathedral church at St Davids in time for Dydd Gwyl Dewi Sant (St Davids Day) on Thursday, when the next episode: ‘Power Struggles’ covers the medieval period of Welsh history.


If you want to find out more about the sites covered, follow the links below:


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Finally, the Royal Commission's superbly illustrated  book, Hidden Histories: Discovering the Heritage of Wales is an informative companion for anyone interested in the life and heritage of Wales and is now available for only £19.95 or alternatively only £17.95 for Friends of the Royal Commission with their special 10% discount.




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