Lower Fawnog Mound
Has been described as a Rejected Timber Castle (Motte)
There are uncertain remains
|Name||Lower Fawnog Mound
|Alternative Names||Pentre llaeth enwyn; Pentre Buttermilk
This site has been considered by some writers to be a castle but is rejected as such by Hogg and King and by Spurgeon as glacial mound.
County Historic Environment Record
|OS Map Grid Reference||SJ215156
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- King, D.J.C., 1983, Castellarium Anglicanum (London: Kraus) Vol. 1 p. 302 (reject)
- RCAHMW, 1911, An inventory of the Ancient Monuments of Montgomeryshire (HMSO) p. 148 no. 764 online copy
- Hogg, A.H.A. and King, D.J.C., 1970, 'Castles in Wales and the Marches (Additions and corrections to lists published in 1963 and 1967)' Archaeologia Cambrensis Vol. 119 p. 119-124 (reject)
- Spurgeon, C.J., 1966, ‘The castles of Montgomeryshire’ Montgomeryshire Collections Vol. 59 p. 57 (reject) online copy