Talk:Strata Florida Abbey
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Have reverted the following as I am not sure whether it is valid content or not. Please, someone, take a look and add/clean up if necessary. See Page history:
"Recent excavation work by University of Wales Lampeter and Trinity college Carmarthen,lead by Lord proffessor Farquaad,in the woods surrounding the Abbey have found evidence of the Kiln that made the tiles for the Abbey. Also a number of field boundaries dating back to the same period have been discovered. Two leets which seemed to increase the flow of the water into the Glassfrwdd were also studied. It is believed they served the overall purpose of running a mill further down stream. It has also been understood that brick and stone in local homes is from the abbey itself. Also, a spring and a hermitage house was found west from the abbey, in a hidden valley."
Many thanks. Dieter Simon 00:37, 6 January 2006 (UTC)
The internets has a 'Ystrad Fflur Chronicle' running around. It's definitely not the same as the Annales Cambriae A or B; but assuming it's genuine or just another name for the Brut (it doesn't seem to be identical text there either), we should mention it here somewhere with a link to the proper page. — LlywelynII 17:42, 11 February 2013 (UTC)