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Dinefwr Park Survey and Excavation 2004-2008

Dinefwr Park on the edge of Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, is mainly in National Trust ownership. In addition to Newton House, a 17th to 19th century mansion, and 18th and 19th century parkland, the ruins of Dinefwr Castle, two deserted medieval towns and a recently discovered Roman fort all lie within the park. In order to inform a management and conservation plan for the property, the National Trust funded Dyfed Archaeological Trust to undertaken a series of projects since 2004, including topographic survey, geophysical survey and excavation. Results are downloadable below as PDFs.

 

Dinefwr Park Survey Report (opens in a new window)

Dinefwr Home Farm - Recording of Courtyard (opens in a new window)

 

ARCHAEO-BLOG – A PROJECT DIARY OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEY AND EXCAVATION IN DINEFWR PARK, LLANDEILO, CARMARTHENSHIRE, 2008

Archaeo-Blog for the Dinefwr Park Dig 2009

 

Project contact: Ken Murphy

 

 

 

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