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Llywelyn ap Gruffydd ruled two thirds of Wales until 11 December 1282 when he was killed by a follower of King Edward. The stone monument to the Price stands a hundred yards beyond the centre of the village of Cilmery. His death is still marked by a ceremony by the stone.

Llewellyn's Stone at Cilmery
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Builth Wells
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