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I have reworked this article because a) Rhôs is more than just a kingdom. It was a later cantref too. b) The King Cynlas and archaeology details appear to have been taken directly from John Northall's article on Castle of Wales. I have removed the kinglist because it was incomplete, the dates were pure supposition and Cynlas & Owain are now both mentioned in the text (with appropriate links). Walgamanus 15:46, 4 May 2006 (UTC)
Rhos, as a word and a proper noun, does not have a circumflex in modern Welsh. (A single vowel before 's' is long by default.) Recommend renaming article to 'Rhos' with appropriate edits. Siswrn 20:32, 16 January 2007 (UTC)
Siswrn is absolutely correct. 'Rhôs' is just ridiculous. This article should be renamed. Enaidmawr 00:25, 19 March 2007 (UTC)
Just checked and there's a disambiguation page 'Rhos'. That complicates things slightly but this article should still definitely be renamed. Any suggestions? Enaidmawr 00:31, 19 March 2007 (UTC)