Brynberian History

The area in and around Brynberian contains a wealth of history, ancient features, stories and myths.

  • Pentre Ifan*
  • Stonehenge bluestone link with Brynberian* (see BBC article)
  • Bedd y Afanc*
  • The Chapel and burial grounds*
  • St Brynach*
  • Standing stones*
  • Castell Henllys*
  • Penlan Stones*
  • Ty Canol hill fort*

Lots of interesting information and details of historical features and the landscape around the Brynberian area can be found in the Historic Landscape Characterisation produced by Cambria archaeology for Cadw. 

The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has identified and catalogued a number of historical features.  Details can be found on the interactive map on the Coflein web site - follow the link to the site from the RCAHMW web site (links to CADW and Visit Wales also available from this page).

* further information to be added.

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Images are currently for illustrative purposes only and may not represent the final ones that will be used.