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Roman sites in Wales

Aberffraw - Usk

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  Name Town County Organisation Heritage Rating ?
Aberffraw Aberffraw Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Abergavenny Roman Fort Abergavenny Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Brecon Gaer Roman Fort Brecon Gaer Roman Fort Aberyscir Powys Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Brithdir Brithdir Gwynedd 2 Heritage Rating
Bryn-y-Gefeiliau Betws-y-Coed Gwynedd 2 Heritage Rating
Cae-Gaer Cae-Gaer Pant Mawr Powys 2 Heritage Rating
Caer Gai Llanuwchllyn Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Caer Gybi Caer Gybi Holyhead Gwynedd Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Caer y Twr, Holyhead Mountain Watch-tower Caer y Twr, Holyhead Mountain Watch-tower Holyhead Gwynedd Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Caerau Caerau Beulah Powys 2 Heritage Rating
Caerhun Caerhun Caerhun Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Caerleon Roman Legionary Museum Caerleon Roman Legionary Museum Caerleon Gwent 4 Heritage Rating
Caerphilly Roman Fort Caerphilly Glamorgan 4 Heritage Rating
Caersws Roman Forts Caersws Roman Forts Caersws Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Caerwent Roman Town Caerwent Roman Town Caerwent Gwent Cadw 4 Heritage Rating
Cardiff Roman Fort Cardiff Glamorgan 3 Heritage Rating
Castell Collen Castell Collen Llandrindod Wells Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Clyro Roman Fort Hay-on-Wye Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Cowbridge Roman Military Site Cowbridge Glamorgan 2 Heritage Rating
Dolaucothi Gold Mines Dolaucothi Gold Mines Pumsaint Dyfed National Trust 4 Heritage Rating
Forden Gaer Roman Fort Forden Gaer Roman Fort Montgomery Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Gelligaer Military Station Gelligaer Military Station Gelligaer Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Hindwell Hindwell Walton Powys 2 Heritage Rating
Llandovery Fort (Alabum) Llandovery Fort (Alabum) Llandovery Dyfed 3 Heritage Rating
Llanfor Roman Camp Bala Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain Powys 2 Heritage Rating
Loughor Roman Fort Loughor Roman Fort Loughor Glamorgan Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Maridunum Demetarum (Carmarthen) Maridunum Demetarum (Carmarthen) Carmarthen Dyfed 3 Heritage Rating
Monmouth Roman Fort Monmouth Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
Neath Roman Fort Neath Roman Fort Neath Glamorgan 2 Heritage Rating
Pen Llystyn Bryncir Gwynedd 2 Heritage Rating
Pen-y-Gaer Pen-y-Gaer Bwlch Powys 2 Heritage Rating
Penydarren Roman Fort Merthyr Tydfil Glamorgan 2 Heritage Rating
Pigwn Roman Marching Camps Trecastle Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Prestatyn Roman Fort Prestatyn Roman Fort Prestatyn Clwyd 3 Heritage Rating
Pumsaint Fort (Luentinum) Pumsaint Dyfed 3 Heritage Rating
Ruthin Roman Fort Ruthin Clwyd 3 Heritage Rating
Sarn Helen Roman Road Sarn Helen Roman Road Ystradfellte Powys 3 Heritage Rating
Segontium Roman Museum Segontium Roman Museum Caernarfon Gwynedd Cadw 3 Heritage Rating
Tomen-y-Mur Roman Fort Tomen-y-Mur Roman Fort Ffestiniog Gwynedd 3 Heritage Rating
Usk Roman Fortress Usk Gwent 3 Heritage Rating
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