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MONUMENT NO. 108304

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Reduced earthworks of a probable Medieval ringwork at Weobley with better defined bailey. External features point to the existence of a watermill nearby. The castle was taken by Stephen in 1140 and was occupied by William de Braose, Lord of Brecon, Huntingdon and the Gower. It was taken into royal control 1210-13 and still documented in the mid 15th century. The central mound has been much mutilated.

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