Lord Harlech’s 1954 Illustrated Regional Guide to Ancient Monuments in North Wales provides a counterpart to the volume for South Wales It was first published in 1948 with a second edition in 1954. A third impression was issued in 1959.
The guide includes section on prehistoric periods, Roman period, Early Christian period, and Medieval and later periods.
The only sites not covered by a separate guidebook (though some are included in the guidebook for Anglesey) are:
- Fynnon Gybi
- Chirk Castle Gates
- Denbigh, Carmelite Friary; Leicester’s Church
- Derwen Churchyard Cross
- Maen Achwyfan, Whitford
- Rhuddlan, The Twthill
- St Winifred’s Chapel, Holywell
- Castell y Bere
- Dolforwyn Castle, Bettws
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