ACEXIE | Goat from Snodonia
This is a souvenir for the gorgeous memory about the adventure in Snowdonia.
Goat
1946
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Goat from Snodonia

ITEM

Goat from Snowdonia

Brand

Unknown

Size

5 x 3 x 2 cm

Year

2015

Weight

50g

Place of Production

England

Price

£ 10.00

Description

This is a souvenir for the gorgeous memory about the adventure in Snowdonia.

The English name for the area derives from Snowdon, which is the highest mountain in Wales at 3560 ft (1,085 m). In Welsh, the area is named Eryri. A commonly held belief is that the name is derived from eryr (“eagle”), and thus means ‘the abode/land of eagles’, but recent evidence is that it means Highlands, and is related to the Latin oriri (to rise) as leading Welsh scholar Sir Ifor Williams proved.

The term Eryri first appeared in a manuscript in the 9th-century Historia Brittonum, in an account of the downfall of the semi-legendary 5th-century king Gwrtheyrn (Vortigern).

In the Middle Ages the title Prince of Wales and Lord of Snowdonia (Tywysog Cymru ac Arglwydd Eryri) was used by Llywelyn ap Gruffudd; his grandfather Llywelyn Fawr used the title Prince of north Wales and Lord of Snowdonia.