Archaeologia Cambrensis; The Journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Association Volume . 3

Archaeologia Cambrensis; The Journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Association Volume . 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1848 edition. Excerpt: ...with its bounds; that is, Nant hi Blei-2 No Archbishop of Canterbury of the name of Henry occupied the see of Canterbury before Henry Chichele, A.d. 1414-1443. The MS. must have intended to denote Hubert Walter Archbishop of Canterbury, A.n. 1193-120.5. dast hit ar wy, Gwy hit en Herdernawl hit hi blain; from thence across unto Blayn Estoyth, Estoythen hit unto Tanalogen Gwalant Tanalogen hit hi blayn; from thence directly across unto Marchnant, Marchnant unto Meuric, Meuric unto Teyvy, Teyvy hit Camdur Baghan, Camdur Baghan in hi hit y blain; from thence as it leads Pant Guin en hi hit en Camdur Vaur; afterwards by Camdur, across hit ar Hirwen Cadaithny unto Airon, Ayron as it leads unto the ditch which is between Tref Collh and Brynbis ditch hit hi blayn; O hi blain hit ditch directly hit en phennant he gelly hir; from thence directly hit ar nant between Buarth Carann and Dynass Dricwyr; from thence as the same river leads unto the Grange which is called Castel Flemys; from the Grange afterwards on the other side of the river across the hill, as it leads Pant Guin, Hirthe nant between Mays Glas and Trefbrith hy denant an hit hit ar Teyvy, Teyvy yn hi hit hit mais Trefflinn, mais Trefflinn directly hut hyn Lyn Bathen, Lyn Lyn Bathen hut en nant, Lin nanhillin directly across unto Llannarth Cumdena; O Llannarth Cumdena across the mountain hit ar gelly Agarat; the same mountain afterwards is the bound directly across unto blain Camdor, Camdor as it leads unto Tewy; Tewy, from thence upwards on both sides hit hi blayn; directly afterwards O vlain Tewy hit en blayn Arban, Arban en hi hit unto Clarwen, Clarwen unto Elan, Elan from thence unto Groen Gwynnion y groev, directly upwards hi Tal Luchwit; O Tal Luchwit hit Kenyn yr Escair; ar Esceir ar hi...show more

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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 290g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236487966
  • 9781236487964