Category:Caer Gybi Roman Fort
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English: Caer Gybi Roman Fort was a small Roman fortlet at Holyhead (Welsh: Caer Gybi) in Wales. The original Roman name is unknown. The fort only has three walls; the fourth side fronted the sea. In the 6th Century, Saint Cybi is supposed to have founded a monastery here. The Church of St Cybi (13th century, with later extensions and additions) stands within the fort today.
remains of a Roman fortlet in Holyhead, Anglesey
|Instance of||scheduled monument,
|Location||Anglesey, Holyhead, United Kingdom|
Media in category "Caer Gybi Roman Fort"
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- Roman fort at Holyhead - geograph.org.uk - 1367143.jpg 640 × 480; 96 KB
- Roman Wall and Edwardian Chimney - geograph.org.uk - 1414129.jpg 480 × 640; 66 KB