This little island off the North Welsh Coast was the site of a 6th
A huge Iron Age hillfort in Somerset re-fortified in the 6th C.
complete with gateways & great hall.
A Welsh Roman fortress with strong Dark Age associations. Was it a
civilian or ecclesiastical settlement?
- the Town
Another Roman town in Wales, definitely inhabited into the 7th C.
Kings and priests both in evidence.
- St. Stephen's Church
The Monastery of St. Tathyw amongst the ruins of Rome. It was
given him by King Caradog of Gwent.
6th century island home of St. Samson, complete with medieval
monastic buildings & Dark Age inscribed stone.
Dark Age strong of King Maelgwn revealed by archaeological
investigation in the 60s.
5th & 6th C. fortified hilltop in Snowdonia, the traditional
home of King Vortigern.
An island in the marshes of Dark Age Somerset, with both Pagan
& Christian connections.
Dark Age fortified hilltop in the Somerset Levels. Palace or
The 'Old Church'. St. Dyfrig's home in Herefordshire. Site
of a 6th century monastery.
Small fortress in the wilds of Cornwall, occupied in the 5th &
Little known home of the amazing 'Cadfan Stone'. Royal Mausoleum
of the Kings of Gwynedd.
The famous Glamorgan seat of learning founded by St. Cadog in the
early 6th century.
The Collegiate Church of St. Illtud, supreme amongst the schools
of Britain. Burial-place of Kings.
Probable site of Ambrosius' battle against King Vortigern, in a
Hampshire river valley.
Founded by St. David, it may have been the centre of an
Dark Age Winter Palace of the Kings of Dumnonia. Feasting &
- St. Helen's Church
Legendary Chapel of the Roman Empress, St. Helen. Used by the
devout throughout the Dark Ages.
- St. Sampson's Church
Possible Cathedral of Ambrosius' Archbishop, St. Sampson: Built
into the city walls at York.
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