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Lanuethrine (Antiquarian sketch)

Lanuethrine (Antiquarian sketch)

Medium: Pencil and ink on paper

Date: 1775

Shelfmark: Ktop XXXI

Item number: number 13.1

Genre: Topographical Drawing

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The sketch is accompanied by an explanatory note: "This stone was dug out of the Chancel about 30 years ago, lying in the ground near 12 foot deep. The church is dedicated to St James Major and the Parish derives its name from St Veterine whose image is on the stone, it being call'd Llan Vetherine.......There seems to have been an inscription all round, but it is so worn out, that there's scarce a letter that is legible." The picture shows the church now known as St James the Elder in Llanvetherine.

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