Llywelyn the Great - Llywelyn Fawr
Llywelyn the Great (Welsh: Llywelyn Fawr, full name Llywelyn ab Iorwerth)
c. 1172 - 1240
Prince of Gwynedd and eventually de facto ruler over most of Wales
Bronze statue of Llewelyn the Great with coronet and full armour standing with sword and shield, and painted. The statue surmounts a Corinthian column, standing in an octagonal basin. The rim of the basin is incised:
LLEWELYN AB IORWERTH FOUNDER OF CONWY ABBEY A.D. 1184
The Corporation of Conway engrave this plate to record
their gratitude for this Fountain Presented to the town by
ALBERT WOOD, D.L. J.P., OF BODLONDEB.
(a former Mayor of the borough)
- E.O. Griffiths, British sculptor.
Sources & Information
Location N 53°16'50" W 3°49'50"
Item Code: gbwa132; Photograph: 30 July 2012
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