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The Maiden Stone or Maen y Morwynion, a large carved stone found at Brecon Gaer Roman fort near Brecon, and now in Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery. The badly weathered carving represents a Roman citizen and his wife. This engraving was made from a drawing of the stone by R. Bloomfield as it lay in the open next to a hedge. Print produced for 'The Antiquarian & Topographical Cabinet' and published in 1809.

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