Remains of a 1st century fort (or possibly a civilian settlement), and bathhouse, have been excavated at Prestatyn. The timbers that supported an aqueduct leading to the bathhouse, were found preserved, and a nearby metalsmith's shop was unearthed. Melyd Ave,
The perfect fairytale location for weddings the seclusion of this mansion nestled in the mountains belies the fact it is 2 miles from the centre of the University town of Aberystwyth mid Wales. Surrounded by … more >>
He took over more and more control due to the long absences (and disinterest) of George I and II
This Day in British History
20 November, 869
Death of St Edmund
A Danish force under Ivar defeated and killed Edmund, king of the East Angles, at Hoxne, Suffolk. Edmund was later sanctified as St Edmund. His death is a frequent theme in medieval wall paintings, where he is represented tied to a stake, while Danish archers shoot at him.
This monarch was married (legally) to Caroline of Brunswick and (secretly) to Maria Fitzherbert