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Y PIGWN Carmarthenshire, Wales.

Four Roman earthworks 6 km SE of the fort at Llandovery. I and II are marching camps, presumably of the period A.D. 47-77; both have internal claviculae. The areas are 16 and 10 ha. III is a small fortlet, probably used after the abandonment of Llandovery (ca. A.D. 160), and IV is a practice camp, probably built by the unit stationed at Llandovery.


G.D.B. Jones, “The Roman Camps at Y Pigwn,” Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies 23 (1968-70) 100-3MI; V. E. Nash-Williams, The Roman Frontier in Wales (2d ed. by M. G. Jarrett 1969) 6, 123-25, 130MPI.


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