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It is situated within the earthworks of an earlier Iron Age hillfort, and thought to have been built in the 1260s by Gruff-udd ap Madog, Lord of Powys Fadog.
Evans' adventure was cut short when he died broke and out of his mind at 29 in New Orleans, after concluding that the Prince Madog story was just a myth.
The Llanstephan poem says nothing of the details of miscrable squalor at Bethlehem (hay for a bed, rags for linen, and an icy draught of night air blowing in with no door to stop it) which Madog provides.
The first single, entitled Diferu, was free to the first hundred people that turned up at the band's gig at Clwb Chwaraeon Madog in Porthmadog last Saturday, an idea which has obviously caught people's imagination.
With five rowers on board from the Madog MYC rowing club, the Celtic longboat Madog arrived just in time for the 10th anniversary celebrations at the Wales Millennium Centre.
A family friendly production about Prince Madog and his adventures.
Training starts on Tuesday, July 3 at Madog Sports Centre in Porthmadog, where all newcomers are more than welcome to try their hand.
Still on the A487, there are roadworks and temporary traffic lights in Porthmadog around Heol Madog until February 25.
uk/tsd TOMORROW Madog Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen, 3pm Arad Goch is launching its biggest-ever touring production today - and it's based on an important piece of Welsh folklore.
PIGS IN LOVE: Rowen YFC''s sign CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: Wedding cake sign, from Dyffryn Madog YFC; Cow bride banner from Ysbyty Ifan YFC; Formal invite, from Llanrwst YFC; Lucky horseshoes, by Llangybi YFC; Cow carriage sign, from Porthdinllaen YFC; Get Moo To The Church On Time, by Caernarfon YFC; Tractor cab cuddles, from Dyffryn Nantlle YFC; Scarlet cake, by Y Rhiw YFC; Wedding tiers, from Dyffryn Ogwen YFC; and cow couple sign by Gode''r Eifl YFC
Madog Davies, 32, a professional actor from Cardiff portrayed Christ.
Historian Simon Young, who specialises in Celtic history, has uncovered evidence which suggests the Mandan Indians were descendents of Madog, the 12th Century Welsh prince who is said to have reached America in the 1170s.