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Remains of Valle Crucis Abbey

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It was exactly in the year 1200 that Madoc, Lord of Bromfield, at the time when Prince Llewellyn was contending with King John, founded this monastic house in a deep hollow, already called the Valley of the Cross, from a monumental cross which stood there previously, and stands theire still [1875], under the name of Eliseg’s Pillar.” (p. 40)

“The conventual buildings [...] on the South side of the church, have been turned into farm-buildings: and it is difficult to discriminate their exact arrangement” (p. 41)

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112 x 87mm (4.4 x 3.4 inches)

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