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Useing the Baner Llywelyn III because I guess this is the flag Madog would have been using, though note the Castle was actually captured by Morgan ap Maredudd of Gwynllwg, Glywysing also be mindfull that this was a National Revolt with Powys and Deheubarth participating in a unique unity not shown in 1282 or previous. Thus making it an ideal historic event for 'regional' national commemorations at Castles captured during the revolt.
As these Castles are associated with a rising spirit of Welsh Resistance post conquest 1282 - 3 - 4, then I see no reason not to be useing the White Eagle Cross Flag symbolic of Welsh Resistance and thus I did >
After all where does moderation get us, no where but waving White Eagle Cross Flags about does not either unless backed up by radical nationalist Action. Not just banging drums and parading about as at the annual 'Firm Do' aka 'Old Comrades' Pre - Xmas piss up and pretense of being involved in a National Liberation Struggle that's no more than 'Knee Jerk' Patriotic Posturing more and more as 'Tartan Taffs' in some musical, sad!
Whatever, just look at the view North to the Brecon Beacon Mountains beyond which is Cilmeri where these days 'Walking Wet Eagles' gather rather than flying White Eagles aka 'Welsh Warriors'. So in December, I will be at Prysgduon seeking communication with 'Ysbryd Llywelyn' to learn more about the traitors who deserted him in his final hours much like those who desert the struggle in the finl hours of Cymru/Wales in our times. As for Patriotic Gathering in association with capture of Morlais Castle, bit dangerous in grounds of the Castle and no doubt the Golf Course will not look kindly at a crowd crossing the course. I suggest keep Castle for visting by small groups in the summer and for greater gthering in Autum possibly at:
www.geograph.org.uk/photo/80649118 May 2008 – Situated just south of the Brecon Mountain Railway. This photo was taken from a bus during the Merthyr Tydfil Vintage Bus running day.