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Neath looking towards Pontneddfechan, North Wales

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Description

Pontneddfechan stands on the confluence of the Mellte and Need Fechan rivers in the vale of Neath. The word means `bridge over the Little Neath’ in English. Ward’s inscription reads `Pontnevaughan’ – Pontneathvaughan is a nineteenth century word for Pontneddfechan.

Inscription

Signed lower left: JWd RA/Neath looking to Pontnevaughan

Descriptive medium

Pencil on wove paper watermarked: 1801/J WHATMAN

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Location

Neath, Wales

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