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  1. St Baglan's Church, Llanfaglan, is a redundant church in the parish of Llanfaglan, Gwynedd, Wales. It is designated by Cadw as a Grade I listed building, and is under the care of the Friends of Friendless Churches. It stands in an isolated position in a field some 150 metres (164 yd) from a minor road.

  2. St Baglan’s Church. St Baglan’s Church ist eine redundante Kirche im Parish von Llanfaglan, Gwynedd, Wales. Sie wurde von Cadw als ein Bauwerk im Grade I eingestuft, und wird von den Friends of Friendless Churches unterhalten. Sie steht in isolierter Lage in einem Feld, etwa 150 m entfernt von einer Nebenstraße.

  3. St Baglan's Church, Llanfaglan is part of WikiProject Anglicanism, an attempt to better organize information in articles related to Anglicanism and the Anglican Communion. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page , where you can join the project and/or contribute to the discussion .

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › LlanfaglanLlanfaglan - Wikipedia

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    • Anatemori Fili Lovernii
    • Ffynnon Faglan
    • Maen Bedydd Baglan

    Llanfaglan is a parish in Gwynedd, north-west Wales. It lay in the medieval cwmwd of Is Gwyrfai. Llanfaglan is a medieval parish bordering with the parish of Llanbeblig, Caernarfon, on the shore of the Menai Strait and Traeth y Foryd. It is in the modern community of Bontnewydd. The church in Llanfaglan, St Baglan's stands alone in the middle of a field and is now owned by the Friends of Friendless Churches. In 2005, it was discovered that the church and the older part of the cemetery were part

    This notes the burial place of Lovernii the son of Anatemori. These are Brythonic names in a Latin inscription, not Latin names as claimed by some. the only Latin word here is Fili. This stone dates from roughly the end of the 5th to early 6th century. Loverniws is a personal name, in Cornish Lowern and in Breton, Louarn,. The Modern Welsh name is Llwynog. Whoever Lonerniws was, he was someone of status in society, as he was named after an animal. We see this with the first nations people of Nor

    Next to the church in an open field once stood a well known as Ffynnon Faglan or Baglan's Well. Llanfaglan was said to be the holy place of St. Baglan yg Coet Alun and the erection of the well was attributed to him. The water in the well was said to have healing powers. The afflicted area would be bathed and then into the well would be dropped a pin. The well was used also for the cure of warts. The wart would be washed, pricked with a pin and the pin then thrown into the well. The well was subs

    A font is carved into the rock within a few yards of the site of the well. An article relating to this stone can be seen in the book Cam Arall i'r Gorffennol by Rhys Mwyn a renowned Archeologist in Wales published by Gwasg Carreg Gwalch.

  5. The following 94 files are in this category, out of 94 total. Bedyddfaen Eglwys S Baglan Llanfaglan St Baglan's Church Font - geograph.org.uk - 961268.jpg 640 × 428; 32 KB. Eglwys Llanfaglan Church from the Lych Gate - geograph.org.uk - 236843.jpg 640 × 480; 95 KB. Eglwys Llanfaglan Church, Gwynedd, Cymru, Wales 01.jpg 4,272 × 2,848; 4.7 MB.

  6. St Baglan's Church is a redundant church in the parish of Llanfaglan, Gwynedd, Wales. It has been rated a Grade I by Cadw and is maintained by the Friends of Friendless Churches. It stands in an isolated location in a field, about 150 m away from a side road.

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