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Find out more about the Clwyd Powys Archaeological Trust...
About the organisation
This page explains how CPAT is organised and funded and what we do
Meet the staff
Short profiles of the staff, their roles within the Trust and their interests
Our address, telephone and fax numbers, and a map of how to find our Welshpool office. Let us know what you think of this website by filling in a questionnaire.
Windows on the Past
An overview of CPAT's first 20 years of archaeological research in central and north-east Wales.
A review of the year's work by CPAT.
CPAT Trustees' Annual Reports
List of published and unpublished books, papers and reports by the Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust, many of which can be downloaded
The image which appears at the top of every page on our website, is a square bronze plate, found in 1872 as part of a large hoard of metalwork discovered under the collapsed rampart of Moel Hiraddug hillfort, Flintshire. The plaque is 152mm in length, with a central roundel containing a whirligig pattern with streamers. The central boss is pierced, as are the corners, suggesting that it was once attached to another object, perhaps used to decorate a wooden casket. It is thought to date to the early part of the 1st century BC. © CPAT CS-00-27
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