The Earliest Origins of Welsh Gold
It is thought that Welsh Gold has been mined since the Bronze Age. The earliest evidence of Gold mining in Wales is found in the Dolaucothi mines near Pumsaint in Camarthenshire (now a National Trust site). The mine was heavily in use during Roman times, but it is thought that the Romans only took over a much earlier mine and greatly extended it.
However, the main Gold mining areas are in North Wales along what is known as the Dolgellau Gold Belt, which extends from Trawsfynydd and out to the Cardigan Bay coast. It is along this belt that the Gwynfynydd Mine and also the St. Davids mine, both probably the most famous of the Welsh Gold Mines, are located.
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