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United Kingdom history notes
1.Wales and the Welsh history to 54BC
2.Wales and the Welsh history 43AD to 856AD
3.Wales and the Welsh history 878AD to 1154AD
4.Wales and the Welsh history 1165AD to 1400AD
5.Welsh history 1403AD to 1642AD
6.Welsh history observations
7.Welsh National Anthem in English
8.Welsh Prince Madoc in America
9.Twmbarlwm Siluris Celtic Hill Fort
Twmbarlwm - Haunt of the the Celts.
A local legend says that if anyone dares to disturb a small burial mound atop Twmbarlwm mountain and near the Iron age hill fort enclosure of the Silurian Celts, then they will incur the curse of Bran and will be attacked by swarms of bees.
Bran (Raven) was a local chieftain buried within a small cairn mound during the Bronze ages.
To the west end of Twmbarlwm, earth work ditch fortifications and a larger raised circular mound were constructed around 500 BC to become a major part of the 25 year defence struggle against Roman conquest. A Norman motte and baily timber
castle made use of the excellent defensive position around the 12th - 13th centuries AD.
In our book production Caerleon Cup of The Carpenter the site overlooks the Fisher King and Holy Grail of Legend.
Page 9. Twmbarlwm
Iron Age Hill Fort