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Details for objects found in Nia Griffith's constituency of Llanelli

The Portable Antiquities Scheme has recently released a new website (, cataloguing public discovery of archaeological objects in England and Wales. This now allows for rapid and easy mapping of objects found by your constituents.

How to use this

If you have a website, it is very simple to get this map and a feed of data to embed on your site.

If you would like to do this, contact the Scheme's ICT Adviser via the details below:

Daniel Pett, The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG
Telephone: 0207 323 8618 or Email:

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There are 6 mapped ancient sites (Roman and other) listed in the OS1:50K Gazetteer for this constituency.

There are 42 finds recorded in this constituency.

Party: Labour
Constituency: Llanelli
Entered house: Thursday 6th May 2010

Party: Labour
Constituency: Llanelli
Entered house: Thursday 5th May 2005
Left house: Monday 12th April 2010
Reason for leaving: general election standing

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