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Meet the inhabitants of Anglesey from over a 1000 years ago!


We were asked by Alun Griffiths Contractors to document the excavation of the archaeological site.

At least 48 graves have now been discovered, some containing the remains of more than one person and it is thought that these date back to early medieval times, 1,500 years ago. Brython Archaeology, working on behalf of Griffiths, hope that DNA techniques will be used to discover whether those buried are related to current Llangefni residents.

Llangefni Archaeology Site, Anglesey, Drone, UAV

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