Great hall of Llys Rhosyr to be rebuilt in museum

Llywelyn Fawr of Gwynedd, 13th century Welsh prince,  built Llys Rhosyr as one of his royal courts. Now the site, long ago buried by sand dunes, and rediscovered in 1992, will live again as an exhibit in St Fagans National History Museum near Cardiff. (drawing)

Plans are to reconstruct the Great Hall of the Court, a nine-metre high (29.5 ft) stone structure with a thatched roof. The project is being funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Welsh government.