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Ynys Seiriol

H. Harold Hughes

Ynys Seiriol

by H. Harold Hughes

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Published by Cambrian Archaeological Association .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Reprinted from Archaeologia Cambrensis, 6th series, vol.1 part 2, April 1901.

Statementby Harold Hughes.
The Physical Object
Pagination85-108p. :
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18673812M

Find out when Ynys Broc Môr Lili is on TV, including Shwsh Seiriol. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download.   Written, composed and performed by Seiriol Davies, this fabulous show has been a huge hit at the Edinburgh fringe for the second year running, and is touring the UK throughout In this blog, Seiriol talks about how he first learned that Henry Cyril even existed. “I grew up on Ynys Mon, a.k.a. Anglesey, a.k.a.

This is a list of islands of Wales, the mainland of which is part of Great Britain, as well as a table of the largest Welsh islands by list includes tidal islands such as Sully Island but not locations such as Shell Island which, though they are termed islands, are g: book. Maelgwn Gwynedd (Latin: Maglocunus; died c. ) was king of Gwynedd during the early 6th century. Surviving records suggest he held a pre-eminent position among the Brythonic kings in Wales and their allies in the "Old North" along the Scottish n was a generous supporter of Christianity, funding the foundation of churches throughout Wales and even far beyond the bounds of his own.

THEOSOPHY. WALES. PAGES ABOUT. WALES. Wales is a Principality within the United Kingdom and has an eastern border with land area is just over 8, square miles. Snowdon is the highest mountain at 3, feet. The coastline is almost miles long. The population of Wales as at the census is 2,, Theosophy Wales is pleased to present. It then narrows to about metres (1, ft) in the middle reaches (Y Felinheli and Menai Bridge) and then it broadens again. At Bangor, Garth Pier, it is metres (3, ft) wide. It then widens out, and the distance from Puffin Island (Welsh: Ynys Seiriol) to Penmaenmawr is about kilometres ( mi).[1].


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Puffin Island (Welsh: Ynys Seiriol) (at SH or 53°19′05″N 04°01′40″W) is an uninhabited island off the eastern tip of Anglesey, Wales. It was formerly known as Priestholm in English and Ynys Lannog in Welsh. A hermitage was established here around the 6th century and there are remains Coordinates: 53°19′00″N 4°01′00″W /.

The island is privately owned by the Baron Hill estate and its Welsh name Ynys Seiriol, refers to Saint Seiriol, the son of Owain Ddantgwyn, a 5th century ruler of the Kingdom of Gwynedd and the brother of Saint Einion Frenin, a 5th or 6th century king in the Llŷn Peninsula, Seiriol founded and governed an ecclesiastical settlement at Penmon on the.

Its modern Welsh name of Ynys Seiriol, is a reference to Saint Seiriol (born circa AD), a 6th Century Saint, (the son of King Owain Danwyn (Owen White teeth) of Rhos), who established a monastic settlement on the island. The now common English name of Puffin Island first occurred in the 18th Century, because it once had a large population of.

Saint Seiriol is one of the great anchorites of Ynys Môn, and famous for his holy friendship with Saint Cybi. Saint Seiriol was born inthe third of four sons of.

Stories of the Saints: St. Seiriol St. Seiriol Saint Seiriol ‘the Fair’ was born in Wales in AD, the son of King Owain Danwyn of Rhos and a younger brother of King Cynlas of Rhos and King Einion of Lleyn. He entered the religious life and lived in a small hermitage on the Eastern Peninsula of Ynys Mon, today known as Anglesey, Wales.

Ynys Mon is the traditional bread basket of Wales. Can it now offer the bread of life to a spiritually depleted land. My host, James Percival, took me by boat around Ynys Seiriol book Seiriol. The English call this nature reserve, with its bird flocks and seals, Puffin Island.

This is a unique spot – where the uncertain tides race between the final rocks and the limestone hump of Ynys Seiriol (Puffin Island) where there used to be a major colony of these birds but now there are fewer than 30 : Roger Redfern.

Today is the feast day of Saint Seiriol (the fair). Born c, Seiriol was of Royal birth. His father was King Owain Danwyn of Rhos and his brothers. Ynys Seiriol (eaŋgalasgillii: Puffin Island) lea suolu Kymraeatnamis. Penmon and Saint Seiriol.

by Ian Published June 6, Updated Novem Penmon is a parish found on the south-east tip of Ynys Môn (the Isle of Anglesey). Things to see here include Penmon Priory, Saint Seiriol’s Church, Saint Seiriol’s Well, a.

Puffin Island or Ynys Seiriol is an uninhabited island off Penmon Point and the eastern tip of Anglesey. Historically the puffin population had been decimated by rats.

Steps taken to remove the rats, inenabled the puffins to slowly return. St Seiriol founded his monastery at Penmon in the sixth century. The church was later rebuilt and became an Augustinian Priory until the mid 16th century.

Taken over by the Bulkely family a Author: Eryl Crump. The following is a list of the ecclesiastical edifices in this commot:— Ynys Seiriol, (St. Seiriol's Isle, Priestholme, or Puffin Island.)The tower of a small conventual church still remains here: and the foundations of part of the church, with perhaps part of the monastic cells, may be traced: it is exactly similar to the tower of Penmôn.

Helig's Hollow. MANY ages ago, the fair and fertile tract of country stretching from the Gogarth (better known as the Great Orme) to Bangor, and from Llanfair Fechan to Ynys Seiriol (Puffin Island is another and an uglier name for this sea-girt knoll), was ruled by Helig ab. YNYS SEIRIOL - PUFFIN ISLAND.

Puffin Island is a Site of Spcial Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Protection Area for breeding cormorants. YNYS SEIRIOL. The island (ynys - uh-niss) is also called: Puffin Island, Priestholme (Viking), Ynys Glanawg (after the father of Prince Helig), Ynys Lenach (c.f.

Priestholme) and Ynys y Llygod (Island of Mice). The priory, which appears in the documents also as Ynys Lannog or Ynys Seiriol, was a small monastery throughout its history. As a pre-Augustinian house it is mentioned by Gerald of Wales, who tells a fantastic story about a plague of small mice that, whenever there was strife between the brethren, would ‘consume most of their food and drink.

Theosophy in Cardiff. Theosophy Cardiff leaves the. Welsh Regional Association (Formed ) Letter of Separation, March A Text Book of Theosophy. C W Leadbeater. (Ynys Seiriol) Sunrise over Puffin Island viewed from Penmon Point on Anglesey (Ynys Mon). Black Point (Trwyn Du) Lighthouse is to the left in the foreground.

The list goes on. Two of the Island's most famous saints are St Seiriol and St Cybi. Seiriol established his church in the eastern end of the Island at Penmon and on Puffin Island, or Priestholm to give it the Viking name, or Ynys Seiriol as it is known in Welsh.

Cybi, 5/5(2). We approach Puffin Island, or Ynys Seiriol, named after Saint Seiriol who founded a monastery opposite the island at Penmon Point. This uninhabited Island is home to the largest nesting cormorant population in the UK and, of course, the famous Puffins (seasonal visitors).

You will watch the wildlife. Seiriol Dementia Steering Group. 55 likes 1 talking about this. Working Towards Being a Dementia Friendly Community. Our Community where those living with Dementia, and their families, can feel.

The island became known as Ynys Seiriol, although today is more commonly referred to as Puffin Island. The monastery at Penmon continued to flourish after Seiriol’s death, although much was destroyed by Viking raids there are two Celtic crosses dating from the .Book Now!

Puffin Island also known as Ynys Seiriol in Welsh, is located at the North East entrance of the Menai Straits and is the ninth largest island off the Welsh coast. The island was once home to the sixth century saint, St Seiriol, whose monastery is still visible on the top of the island today.Puffin Island, Anglesey, tide, time and amazing wildlife Puffin Island.

Ynys Seriol of Puffin Island is situated off the Eastern tip of Anglesey. Between the island and Black Point, Penmon stands the Trwyn Du Lighthouse. Mostly it is the Grey Seals that are spotted on Ynys Seiriol. Tern Facts.