An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Brecknock (Brycheiniog): Hill-forts and Roman remains

· An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Brecknock (Brycheiniog): The Prehistoric and Roman Monuments Book 2 · Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments in Wales
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 This publication forms Part ii of the first Inventory volume
planned for the county of Brycheiniog, Anglice Brecknock. The volume will deal
with the Prehistoric and Roman monuments of the county, Part i being an
inventory of Neolithic and Bronze Age sites and all undefended settlements of
probable pre-Norman date, and the present Part describing those enclosures
which can be classed broadly as hill-forts or related structures, and all Roman
remains. Altogether 77 monuments are described in detail in this Part, and the
staff concerned have investigated nearly 100 sites during the course of the
work. There is also a thorough examination of the probable routes of Roman
roads in the County.



Table of Contents



List of Figures 

Chairman's Preface 

Editorial Note 

Report, with List of Monuments selected by the Commissioners as especially
worthy of Preservation 

List of Commissioners and Staff 

List of Ecclesiastical Parishes, with incidence of Monuments

List of Civil Parishes, with incidence of Monuments

Abbreviated Titles of References 

Presentation of Material



Inventory

Part ii: Hill-forts and Related Structures and Roman Remains



Introductory Note 

The Physical Background 

Hill-forts and Related Structures 

Hill-forts: Inventory 

Hill-forts: Omitted Sites



Roman Remains 

Forts 

Other Military Works 

Roads 

Civil Sites 

Sites of Uncertain Status 

Other Remains 

Suggested Sites and Finds 

Omitted Sites and Finds



Index of National Grid References

Glossary: General

Glossary: Welsh Place-name Elements

General Index

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