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following list in the standard format below:
Bryn Glas 1402
Coed Llathen - Cymmerau 1257
Rhobert ap Steffan, 1998/9. Battles for Wales - Coed
Llathen 1257, Cambria Vol 2 no 2, p. 64-4
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