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Podcast #2: A tour of St Teilo's Church

The medieval church from Llandeilo Tal-y-bont is the first church of its kind ever to be moved to and re-erected at a British open-air museum. The discovery of wall paintings underneath the lime-washed walls provides a fascinating insight into 15th century worship.

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The medieval church from Llandeilo Tal-y-bont is the first church of its kind ever to be moved to and re-erected at a British open-air museum. The discovery of wall paintings underneath the lime-washed walls provides a fascinating insight into early 16th century worship.

This enhanced podcast contains a talk given in the church, now open to the public in St Fagans National History Museum, by the church interpreter, Sara Huws, with a contribution from Alun Adams from the Welsh School of Architectural Glass.

NB: This podcast is an m4a files which contains an audio track with still images. To gain the full benefit, it is recommended that it is played on Quicktime or other video playback software, though it will not work with Windows Media Player.

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