Brynbuga (Usk)

Town on the river Usk in Monmouthshire, originally site of a Roman legionary fort known as Burrium.

See also: Adam UskAdam Usk
(c. 1350–1430)
Usk (Adam), Adam of Usk
Chronicler and canonist born in Usk (W. Brynbuga), Monmouthshire, and educated at Oxford.
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Coflein, Online: National Monuments Record of Wales. URL: <>. 

Coflein is the online database for the National Monuments Record of Wales (NMRW) - the national collection of information about the historic environment of Wales. The name is derived from the Welsh cof (memory) and lein (line).

Coflein contains details of many thousands of archaeological sites, monuments, buildings and maritime sites in Wales, together with an index to the drawings, manuscripts and photographs held in the NMRW archive collections.

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