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Etymology[ edit ] The name Monmouth is an English contraction of 'Monnow-mouth'. The Welsh name for the river, Mynwy, which may originally have meant "fast-flowing", was anglicised as Monnow. Indeed, the Council for British Archaeology have designated Monmouth as one of the top ten towns in Britain for archaeology. Archaeologists have found Roman pottery and coins within the modern town centre. During the later Roman period, between the 2nd and late 4th centuries, it appears to have been a centre for iron working , using the local iron ores and charcoal also worked at nearby Gobannium Abergavenny and Ariconium near Ross-on-Wye.
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Census [ edit ] As of the United States Census , there were 27, people, 10, households, and 7, families residing in the township. The population density was 2, There were 11, housing units at an average density of 1,
Published in the Monmouthshire Beacon, 3rd December Standing proud with its distinctive Georgian frontage, The Gate House sits adjacent to the river Monnow at the start of the main street through the market town of Monmouth. The Gate House is uniquely located at the site of the medieval Monnow Bridge, the only remaining fortified bridge in the UK, dating back to circa AD, replacing an earlier wooden crossing. Being a border town, this Bridge and Gate are symbolic of Monmouth and historically has been of great importance both strategically and economically.