An ancient deer park which medieval princes may have used for hunting has been discovered in Gwynedd, archaeologists have claimed.
They say it is shown in aerial photographs of the Brynkir estate at Dolbenmaen after a dig last year by researchers from Cardiff University.
The royal deer park is thought to date to the reign of Prince Llywelyn the Great in the 13th Century.
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