Remains of 800-year-old monk unearthed by coastal erosion
Published on March 21st, 2014 | by Sevaan Franks1
"What is fascinating is you can see the two femurs being slowly revealed as the cliffs are eroded away."
The area of Monknash in South Wales was a burial ground for Cistercian monks in the Middle Ages.
The valley is named after the Welsh saint Cewydd and was home to a community of Cistercian Monks from 1129 until the dissolution of the monasteries 1535.[Full story] Story: Sarah Knapton, The Telegraph | Photo: Wales News Service