Llantrithyd - A Ringwork in South Glamorgan

Cardiff Archaeological Society spent almost ten years, between 1960-69, excavating at the ringwork in the village of Llantrithyd in the Vale of Glamorgan, work which was one of the most significant projects in our history. Our discovery of a coin from the reign of Henry I minted locally proved that there was a Royal Mint in Cardiff during the medieval period.

In 1977 the Society produced a printed report on our findings which is now out of print. We have digitised this document to preserve it and it can be viewed in PDF format by clicking on the image below: