Hentland, Friday 9th, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June
Fieldwalking in the area of the 6th century monastery of
the earliest figure associated with Christianity in
Ergyng (part of which would be late known as
Archenfield). Dyfrig seems to have emerged from the local
Romano-British population and seems to have been active in
the late 5th early 6th centuries.
from this period are particularly rare. We know that there
was some contact between the British and mainland Europe
although the Germanic Saxons were occupying south-western
Britain. Other British sites of the period have produced
glass and pottery from Bordeaux, Greece and the Black Sea.